Happy Mother’s day Ma…

Mother’s day is fast approaching. This year it’ll be celebrated on May 13 because this is the second Sunday of May. As we all know, Mother’s Day in the Philippines is being celebrated during the second Sunday of May.

Now, do you already have any idea of what to give to your Mom? Hmmm…Thinking about what to give to my One and Only mother is a tough thing to do right now. Why? It’s because I’m living here in Manila and my Mom together with my father and siblings live in the province.

 Eversince, I’ve always wanted to offer my Mom a bouquet of flowers. It was a dream of mine since I was like five years old. Time passed by and my mom gets older and older, but then again I haven’t given her a flower during this precious day of her. I was able to give her presents but not flowers. I was able to give her cards but not flowers. I was able to greet her “happy Mother’s Day” but not a bouquet of white roses.

Obviously, it’s something that I really wanna give to her. Perhaps, this Mother’s Day, I won’t be able to give her that bouquet of flowers again because I’m still far from her. But there’s a BIG BUT! (hahaha) I’d like to dedicate this entry to my Mother- NIDA CABALTERA BRIOSO and to all the MOTHERS in the whole world. Happy Mother’s day!

(White roses: Eternal love, silence or innocence, wistfulness, virtue, purity, secrecy, reverence and humility)

You might as well choose flowers that you wanna give to your loving and caring Mom. I searched for some elegant flowers best for mothers’ day together with their meanings. So, Check them out!

 (Red Rose: True Love)

(Pink Rose: Grace, elegance and appreciation)

(Lilacs: signify love between mother and child)

(Irises: symbolize affection and warmth, and some Christians associate the iris with the Virgin Mary)

(Orchids:  signify refinement and beauty)

(Carnation: According to Christian legend, pink carnations are believed to have first grown from the ground where the Virgin Mary shed tears over Jesus’ death. Because of this, many believe carnations are a symbol of a mother’s eternal love. Pink carnations, as well as red and white ones, often comprise Mother’s Day bouquets.)

(Tulips:  traditionally associated with new life, charity and spring. With their grace and beauty, these flowers are always a popular option for Mother’s Day.)


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