Because of church we always celebrate Mother’s Day on a Saturday.
Granted my mom’s accident, we decided to keep our Mother’s Day plans with the family.
Everyone assumed my mother would stay home but she’s such a strong person, I knew she wouldn’t let a twisted ankle keep her from canceling any prior plans.
She’s like that, doesn’t want to burden or inconvenience anyone because of a handicap. I think that’s where I get it from.
I called to see if they had wheelchairs to use and they did. So it worked out perfectly!
I picked up Tyler early am and took my mom, aunt and hubby’s mom and Tyler in my car to the Getty.
I also stopped by the florist to get all the moms a boutonniere. Which they loved!
Bear, hubby, Lee family and Chong family met us at the museum.
My cousin helped me roll my mom around all day.
The funny thing I noticed is that people stare and look at you differently when you have a handicap person with you.
We were in an elevator and there was plenty of room, but when the door opened for people to get in, they just stood there staring at my mom. Like as if they were scared or her handicap was contagious.
I felt bad for them because of the judgement they burdened themselves with.
Overall it was a beautiful day and an amazing time with my loved ones.
We all went to Chynna after to eat.
Bear contributed to the Mother’s Day gift by getting a gift card from J. Crew, and I will be getting her a spa gift card to Wi spa for her to use when her ankle gets better.
My mother is the biggest reason for my drive and ambition. I hope to turn out as strong and business savvy like her when I grow up.
Happy Mother’s Day to all the mommies out there. You are a rock and your child/children are all lucky to have you in their lives!
I love you all!
Tyler passed out… Lol
And this is now my new family.