Happy Mothers Day

Mothers Day is one day of the year where we really get to think of all the wonderful things are mother has ever done for us, this day takes place on different days depending on the continent you live in. For us in the UK it is always in March, and it's a day that I see as reflection and appreciation. I get to remember all the great things my mum has done over the past year, and anticipate all the brilliant things she will guide me through and help me with in the next one. 

I know a lot of people say this, but I really mean it when I say my mum's my best friend. I can go to her for anything and I know she'll be honest (even if it hurts) and although I hate to admit it, she's mostly always right! 

We've had a lot of hard times lately and thats when I see what a strong person my mum is, and how she will always be an inspiration to me, because if I can be half the person she is, I know I'll be doing something right. 

I look back to one of my childhood memories, when in primary school we had to talk about our favourite superhero, while everyone may have been admiring Clark Kent, or Spiderman, I spoke about my mum. Back then she was my superhero, because I understood the value of everything, she was my mum and my dad, raising us all single handily. 

Sometimes I don't appreciate my mum enough, and thats a poor thing on my behalf. That's why I want to use today as the day to show her how amazing she is, and that I'm so grateful for everything I have because I owe it all to her. 

She's my bestfriend, my superhero, and will always be my mum

I hope you all have a lovely day celebrating your mums, or those who you share that bond with. 


  1. In Switzerland we celebrate Mother's Day in May but I loved seeing all the posts by the UK bloggers today :) Hope you had a lovely day with your mum! Love the necklace by the way, it's so cute x

    Sara / AboutLittleThiings

    1. I never knew that, that's cool! I did, thank you :) My mum gave me that necklace the day I was born, so it's a little worn and torn 20 years later lol x


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