26 February 2014

Mummy, Daddy, I Love You.

This will be a rather wordy post. Hahah!

I'm 22 years old this year, and I've been thinking to myself. "What if one day my parents are no longer here with me, what would I do?"

I'm sure many of you will think about this at some point in life. Recently, this question have been popping on my head. I can't help but to feel sad whenever the thought of not having my parents around with me comes to my mind. Its just... sad.

I'm very attached to my parents, well, my mom to be exact. I love her, and I can see that in the recent years, she has turned haggard and frail due to her age. I can't wait for the day where I can tell her, "Mom, you don't have to work anymore, I can support you now..." Really, I can't wait for this day to come.

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Eventhough I don't come from a wealthy family, my family income is average, my parents earn just enough to support the family, but, my parents never fail to give/provide me with whatever I want.

Since young, I was pampered by my dad, whatever I want, he will buy for me, even till now, and I am truly grateful for what he has done for me, and for this family.

After having so many thoughts running through my mind, I can't help but to feel grateful and appreciative for the little things my parents do for me, and I feel that everyone should be grateful for what their parents have done for them as well.

We may complain about how our parents are nagging at us for certain things we do in life, but look on the brighter side, do you think they want to nag at you just because they feel satisfied for nagging at you? NO! They nag at you because you're doing something wrong, (OBVIOUSLY), and want you to change for the better.

I understand sometimes our parents can be in the wrong and that is because of their lack in understanding the situation, it doesn't hurt to explain to them nicely rather than screaming our heads out at them....

Put yourself in your parents shoe, how would you feel if your child were to scream at you? You'll feel hurt won't you?

I just hope that everyone would put themselves in their parents' situation before lashing out at them. Think from their perspective. You might hate them for nagging at you now, but you'll definitely wish they were there to nag at you when they're gone.

Start loving your parents like how they've showered their love for you. Start appreciating the little things they do for you before you regret, then, its too late.

Even if its just a simple dinner, they love it when you spend your time with them.

I just want to jot down at this little space of mine, remembering the little things my parents have done for me. Thank you mommy and daddy, I love you. :')

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