11 May 2009

Hand that rocks the cradle...

Hand that Rocks the Cradle, rules the World.
- William Ross Wallace

How many of us believe that there are 2 kind of women....House-wives or working women?

Well, I have come to realise that being a mother is a full time job, and is no less painful than our so-called corporate life.

"Mother's Day" I have never been very crazy about the concept of Mother's Day. Those who have read my blog on Valentine's Day, would know my opinion about using these so-called Days to express feelings.

But yesterday changed my whole opinion about this Day.


Lately, due to a busy days and various activities taking priority in my schedule, I haven't been able to dedicate much time to my mom and dad. Even yesterday, I had plans for the evening to attend a "Salsa Night" arranged from Anand Majumdar's dance classes..@ Rio Lounge, 7 Bungalows, Versova. I was sleeping half the day due to a tiring day and a late night on Saturday.

Thankfully, my sister keeps track of these days and reminds me to order appropriate bouquets for these occasions, which I had done the previous day. My mother was pleasantly surprised since she hadn't expected it.

The day was spent in playing host by my mom to the guests who had come over on Saturday. They left early in the evening, giving me and my mom some time to have a nice mother-daughter time alone. Singing is one of the common interests that we share..and I know that she loves to hear me sing and sing along as well. I sang 'In Dino' for her, and after I was done, she hugged me tight, with an immense sense of pride and happiness.

(Thats the song I sang for her...)
That moment I realised how much I had missed talking to her, and how long its been since I have told her how much I love her. My mom is always waiting for me to take out time out of my life to spend time with her, without making me even realising it. I realised that the real reason for having Days to celebrate relationships is not to commercialise relations, but to bring people closer when we get caught up in our every day lives. Thank you mom..for a wonderful time. I love you. This poem is dedicated to you...Happy Mother's Day.!!

Mom, you're a wonderful mother,
So gentle, yet so strong.
The many ways you show you care
Always make me feel I belong.

You're patient when I'm foolish;
You give guidance when I ask;
It seems you can do most anything;
You're the master of every task.

You're a dependable source of comfort;
You're my cushion when I fall.
You help in times of trouble;
You support me whenever I call.

I love you more than I can express;
You have my total respect.
If I had my choice of mothers,
You'd be the one I'd select!

So for those who don't have enough time in their race to success to tell your mother that you love her.... trust me, All that work isn't worth it.

Think about it..!!!

10 comments:

Double-Dolphin said...

Mamma Mia indeed!

Tejas Lakhani said...

I really like the title of the post
"Hand that rocks the cradle, rules the world.."
as well as the post.....


Keep Rocking 10v,
Tejas Lakhani

magiceye said...

beautiful tribute...

well done..

alok said...

an emotional topic...post too.
heep posting

My Small World said...

your Mom is very very cute :)

Tanvi said...

DD, Magiceye, alok, and priti (small world): Thank u...

Tejas: Will do sir...keep visiting..

alok said...

thr was spelling mistake in my tiny comment. pls read as "KEEP posting"!

Anand said...

U sing well, dude. Very nicee. ;)

Bala said...

Hey Tanvi..

I've tagged u...

http://balasrini.wordpress.com/2009/05/15/tagged-by-numbers%E2%80%A6/

try it if u like... will be interesting for sure...

Sakshi said...

U sing and you dance to the tunes of salsa....me envy u!!!