Happy Mother's Day!

Sunday, May 13, 2012


Hello everyone,

It's Mother's Day in my country and I just want to wish all the mothers and about-to-be mothers out there a Happy Mother's Day! I can't imagine a world without mums, no one to wake me up when I'm late for class, no hot breakfast after I take my morning shower, no one to listen to my daily rambles *laughs* Yeah, I'm describing my mum...

No one knows me better than my mum, and it's a joy to have a day dedicated to all the mothers in the world!
Mothers worked 24/7 all year long, so take a break today and let your children and husband pamper you!

It's a wonder why my mum hasn't become like this, taking care of us monkeys, dad included *laughs*



Stay young and keep having fun!

Recommended YA Reads for Mother's Day :


When a small mistake costs sixteen-year-old Eagan her life during a figure-skating competition, she leaves many things unreconciled, including her troubled relationship with her mother. From her vantage point in the afterlife, Eagan reflects back on her memories, and what she could have done differently, through her still-beating heart.

When fourteen-year-old Amelia learns she will be getting a heart transplant, her fear and guilt battle with her joy at this new chance at life. And afterwards when she starts to feel different—dreaming about figure skating, craving grape candy—her need to learn about her donor leads her to discover and explore Eagan’s life, meeting her grieving loved ones and trying to bring the closure they all need to move on.


My review : In A Heartbeat by Loretta Ellsworth


Lia and Cassie were best friends, wintergirls frozen in matchstick bodies. But now Cassie is dead. Lia's mother is busy saving other people's lives. Her father is away on business. Her step-mother is clueless. And the voice inside Lia's head keeps telling her to remain in control, stay strong, lose more, weigh less. If she keeps on going this way—thin, thinner, thinnest—maybe she'll disappear altogether.

This book portrayed the challenges of parenting.




My writing

I've written a short story for Mother's Day but decided not to let my mum read it (shy).

Anna : Wattpad or Goodreads


Sometimes. 

It isn't the man behind the mask that you should fear.


Nor the funny clowns in carnival fairs, or the butcher with the wicked glint in his eyes. 

Sometimes. 

The one thing that you should fear the most, and the one to run away from,is the one who stares back at you in the mirror. 

Yourself.


~Mother's Day Quote~
Children and mothers never truly part - bound in the beating of each other's heart.
-Charlotte Gray

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4 comments

  1. Aww good Mother's Day post :) I love my mom so much...

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  2. Cute post! :) A great for Mother's Day!

    Best,

    Alexandra~

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