Yesterday was Mother’s Day – a day of celebration worldwide.
While being a Mother is the most important job it is also the world’s toughest job.
The job requires excellent negotiation and interpersonal skills.
Ability to wear many hats – degree in medicine, finance and the culinary arts.
Work in a chaotic environment while keeping up a happy disposition.
This is an all-encompassing position. Working 24 hours a day 365 days a year. No breaks, no holidays.
And by the way there is no monetary payment.
But it is the best job!
Yesterday my son surprised me with brunch at the water’s edge.
My #1 set up a bistro table and 2 chairs complete with tablecloth and glass plates at Lake Ontario overlooking the Toronto skyline which by the way is the location where I shot the photo for my blog headline picture.
The view was sensational, the menu was delish, and the company was perfect!
To all the Mothers worldwide I say thank you.
How thoughtful and beautiful!!! That young man of yours will make some young lady happy one day! Lucky Mama.
I saw this picture yesterday and thought how exciting and thoughtful your son is. He has a lot of his Mothers qualities as does he also have his Dad’s. What a nice day you must have had. You are a lucky Mom and have a great son. Thanks for sharing your proud moments.
Ah, but you’ve obviously done a great job Mum! Such a creative, thoughtful and meaningful gift!