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On Motherhood

I chanced upon this quote “When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts” and it made me smile.

So true. Since I became a mother, there was no single moment that I didn’t think about her. Especially when she’s sick. Or even when I’m at work. Whenever I’m not with her. No! Even when I’m with her.

It’s always “her” in my thoughts. I’m sure some people think I’m so proud. Well, I am.

All mothers are, I guess.

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Marketing Manager at Adventures Beyond Group | WAHM | Ex-OFW | Music Enthusiast | Cactus and Succulent Hobbyist | Hello Kitty Lover | A 42 y/o mom of two lovely girls sharing her adventures as she walks through motherhood and having to do most things on her own while her Indian national husband works miles away from home.


  • Mommy Chi

    even when your asleep, a mom can’t get enough of their kids. i would always worry about my daughter, even when i know she’s safe. my sister would wake up in the middle of the night to just check on her little girl even if her husband’s just beside her daughter.


  • zahflo

    Yes, I am proud to be a mother, despite the circumstance we’re in. I’m proud to have my son. I’ll never keep him from the world. 🙂


  • Annamanila

    Hi Mitch. You didn’t send me your e-mail address and I don’t know how to decode email addresses in blogger … so I decided to just post here my questions for you.

    1. When the silence is most deafening for you, what does it say? How do you respond?
    2. When you choose to be alone, retreating in a cave as it were, how do you keep your “love and strength to follow you there. And if the situation were reversed, how would you feel and cope?
    3. What is “Love and Strength” without the dimples and the drop-dead grin?
    4. What bug in drove you to blogger?
    5. Where are you now? What is it in where you are that you would like to make “bitbit” should you decide to go home to Pinas?

    Thanks for this opportunity to probe into mitchtery … will be back. 🙂


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