Instead, let's chat about our favourite moment of being a Mum or with our Mum.
Many moons ago, that many in fact I can't remember if it was a nephew or a niece, a First Holy Communion or a Confirmation that we were attending at our parish Church. It was one of those occasions though where seats were being taken up quickly so an early arrival to the Church was warranted. The Bishop was coming!
There we were, in our pew, with seats rapidly filling around us. I was seated next to my Mum. With about 5 minutes to go before the service began, Mum leaned across to me and asked "Love, did I put mascara on both eyes?"
Without even looking I knew the answer. Still, I checked just to be sure.
It really didn't matter for the one eye that did have mascara because by the time we managed to compose ourselves again, that eye's mascara had run all over the place anyway!
How on earth does that happen? How do you get distracted mid application and never get back to it?
And of all places to ask? Church.
We couldn't laugh out loud. That would be inappropriate! Rather we sat there with shoulders jumping up and down with our muffled laughter, tears rolling down our foundation streaked cheeks, and continued to do the pretend cough throughout the service when the thought popped back into our heads and we started all over again.
In hindsight, through two mascara'd eyes please, we shouldn't have continued to sit beside one another that day!
|Happy Mother's Day!|
Ah, I still laugh.
What has been your favourite Mum moment?
To all the Mum's out there, to those who will be remembering their Mum's this Sunday, for those who will be experiencing their first Mother's Day or their first Mother's Day without their Mum, to those Mum's who have lost their child, I wish you all a very special Mother's Day. May Sunday be a day for you. A day of memories made or memories cherished.
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