Don’t be fooled, I’m not that tall
I’m standing on a slope LOL
Beautiful, vibrant tulips – make sure you wear proper
shoes, it gets muddy in some areas
I’m so happy this picture turned out decent because my mom kept on telling me to
put my hand down. And I’m like “mom, I want to take some artistic photos.” Lol
Sometimes, candid shots are the best!
My mom is pretty young because she had
me when she was 19
Saw a cute windmill so we have to make use of it
Are these peonies? – So pretty
Purple is one of my favourite colours
Love pink too!
I love this pic!
And of course, we need a selfie
Happy Mother’s Day to all the fabulous moms out there! I wanted to dedicate this post to my mom. Mom, Thank you for always making us good food (especially your pho and spring rolls) and making sure our kids are dressed warmly.
I took my mom to the Abbotsford Tulip Festival last week. It was an hour drive from Vancouver. The flowers are beautiful – definitely worth the trip. And we lucked out with the weather!
Do you guys remember this post where I talked about my mom? Well, as I age (although it was only 2 years ago), I realized my thoughts about my mom changed a bit. I feel like I accept her for who she is. I don’t want to bicker with her as much because I accepted that we are all human beings with flaws.
I’m still learning to practice accepting my mom (and my hubby, but that’s a different story). I need to learn how to look at her differently and not to judge her. I honestly believe that if I can accept my parents for who they are, I’ll find more happiness and peace. Of course, it’s not easy. In fact, it’s one of the hardest feats to conquer in our life, but we can at least try.
I hope this post will inspire those who have a rocky relationship with their parents. Trust me, learning to ACCEPT is the best gift you can give yourself. So, go out and enjoy this beautiful day with your mom or the mother figures in your life. Thank you for reading!