My mother is most important person for me.
by Arisa Kanno
My mother is most important person for me.
First, she always encourages me that what I want to do. When I decided to enrolled Dream it school, she respected my willing and said “The knowledge of you learned can’t be stolen by anyone.”. Interestingly, she bought an easy English text book for herself because she wants to know my thinking.
Finally, she doesn’t deny my opinion. She is a good listener. If I said wrong things and went wrong way, she teaches and leads me for right way in gently.
My mother is the person who embrace to me understanding and huge love.
My favorite memory of my mom is, when I turned age 20. In Japan, people celebrate when they turn age 20 as a starting adult. The women usually wear Kimono at the ceremony. My family was not wealthy, it seemed hard to pay money for Kimono. However, my mom was really pleased and looked happy when I wore Kimono. In addition, she sewed some clothes parts for Kimono. That handmade parts impressed me what my mom is.
This memory makes me smile and I feel nostalgic.
My Mother as a Best Friend
by Marie Yoneno
I believe I have received a lot of love from my mother, but it wasn't until I became an adult that I realized how wonderful it really was. My mother and I have always been just like friends, even though we are mother and daughter. This is the kind of relationship I found myself in with my mother, and it has been great for me. However, I think this is something she created for me, so that I could live my best life with her. I am thankful to have her.
I can’t imagine life without my mother. I would be such a different person and my life would have been totally different if not worse without her. When I was growing up and we lived together, we talked about what happened each day over dinner. We also often went out for a girl's lunch, which was a refreshing time for me. She was trying to keep me from stressing out, I think. Without this I might have had a period of rebellion in my life. We also went out for trips together. I have so many memories when I think back on them. Every memory has her smile. She has always been cheerful and has gotten along with my friends. I was embarrassed when people told me what a good friend my mother was, and I always told them it was not true. Nevertheless, I was really happy and proud of her. When I was child, We had to move a lot because of my father’s job. I would be lying if I said that I didn’t feel sad about moving, but thanks to her, I think I was able to keep loneliness to a minimum. Not to mention, my mother has always believed in me. So I have been able to talk to her about anything, whether it was happy or unhappy.
She has been the most understanding person I had ever known. I am now an independent adult and she is a good old woman. So from now on, I would like to be the most understanding person for her, as she has been for me, and be the most respectful to my mother as I have been to her.
Mother’s day Essay
My mother is a powerful ally because she is always push me to make a decision. First, when I have a trouble or problem,I can rely on her. She gave me hint and advice for solve it with neutral thinking and respect my opinion. Second,she always listen my talk regardless of how interesting it is. Finally, she is really funny. Her’s joke and talk always makes me happy. Also my family burst into laughter. My mom is the person who cheer me up and relaxing.
My favorite memory of my mother is when I was a junior high school student. First, I had joined blass band club. It was really fun but very hard. Because I have to practice everyday regardless of holidays. However my mother made lunch for me everyday. In addition, when I was prepare for admission exam of high school. I had need essay but I don’t laike essay writing. I’m worry about my skll, she always taught me it until midnight. I still remember how happy she was in tears when I told him that I had been accepted.
I take it for garanted that we are together everyday. I am very thankful for her.
What It Means to for Me to Be a Mother
by Saori Sassa
In my twenties, I could not imagine myself having children because I had thought that I would like to enjoy my life without them and spend my money and time for myself. I believe that some parts of my thoughts have been still true, and other parts are not. I changed my mind that children might make my life more interesting.
My daughter totally altered my life and has given me many new and wonderful experiences. It is hard for adults to realize visible developments of their own, whereas children’s visible growth leads to just like entertainment. She grows little by little every day and seeing her growth makes me happy. She can do things that she could not do last week today. For instance, she likes Elsa, Frozen, and has been trying to copy singing the song “Let it go” with gestures. It looks like a musical. Then, I noticed that she was able to sing some lyrics that she could not sing before. Her native language is of course Japanese and she has been still learning it. However, she is also acquiring English at the same time. I was really surprised at her development and proud of her potential. I rarely talk to her in English, but she has gained new knowledge about English by watching movies and Youtube videos by herself. She completely understands the situations that phrases are used and it always surprises me.
Furthermore, she gives me new dreams of reading books in Starbucks, studying abroad, and visiting a lot of places with her. If I had not had a child, this would not have come to mind.
In conclusion, even if you make a decision to have a child or not to have a child, both choices are correct. You only live once and can choose only either one. I sometimes picture myself living without my kid and envy people who spend their time as they like. However, there is no going back, and I have no regrets in my mind that I made the right choice for myself. Sue has made my life happier and more fulfilled than ever.
by Jin Kong
My favorite memory of my mother is take care when I sick.
When I was child. I’ve got a cold and flu. My mother took care of me. I remember her said to me.
I want a. recovery your health. If you are recovery, I hope sick instead of you.
I have impression her love. So, I remember when I was child, she take care for me.