M’s’ for the many things she gave me. `O’ is for the other things she gave me. `T’ is for the things she gave me. `H’ is for her things, which she gave me. `E’ is for everything she gave me. `R’ is for the rest of the things she gave me. Let’s talk about mothers.Liked this one from Bob Dylan.
I happened to catch this lovely quote yesterday night, while browsing through ET, lying on bed, preparing to crash. And as soon as I read this I was forced to recall my messenger chat that had ended barely ten minutes ago with a newly made friend of mine. In her words, she just had li’l fight with her mom, and so wasn’t in the best of her moods. And then I had commented to her: a great thing about moms (and I guess it’s universal) is that even when you have a fight, you still love her so much and so does she. And she had instantly agreed.
I just don’t remember the last time I ever had a fight with my mom! 🙂 But then I guess this must be true with most of the boys. We love our moms too much to ever fight with her. And girls, well I thnink that they love moms way more than us boys. Why do I think so ? I can definitely explain. They love them so much that moms just can’t handle it, and so the girls have to balance the whole relationship by getting into small lively fights! Too much of love kills, you know… 🙂