You don’t have to be best friends with your mother while you are a teenager, but that changes as time goes by. She is your guardian angel, your inner power that gives you the wings to fly high, each time higher and higher. She lifts you up; she gives you advice.
She watched over you when you had a fever and when you had that stomach bug. You remember that fear of dentists that nearly froze your blood – you thought it stopped from running, but she was there.
Letting you hold her hand, clawing your fingers in her soft skin because you are scared. She helped you with your homework and read you bedtime stories.Read more on curiousmindmagazine.com