iDiva reader Manjulika Promod writes a letter to her mom recounting her childhood, things that she learned from her and how she aspires to become like her.

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To Mom, with Love: Your Never-Say-Die Spirit Keeps Me on My Toes!

I can never thank you enough for singing the lullabes, for reading the bedtime stories to me, giving me the first picture book, teaching me to play carom, helping me with my school assignments, coaxing me to eat spinach, encouraging me in my failures, wiping my tears and making me laugh when I needed the most. You taught me to accept wins and failures on the same platter and the best is you never let me feel inferior about myself The transformation from a child to the confused age of a teenager was emotionally draining for me, but it was only you who could handle my outbursts with utmost care.’I can never thank you enough for singing the lullabies, for reading the bedtime stories to me, giving me the first picture book, teaching me to play carom, helping me with my school assignments, coaxing me to eat spinach, encouraging me in my failures, wiping my tears and making me laugh when I needed the most. You taught me to accept wins and failures on the same platter and the best is you never let me feel inferior about myself The transformation from a child to the confused age of a teenager was emotionally draining for me, but it was only you who could handle my outbursts with utmost care.’

The above is a piece of the letter that I have written for MUM this mother’s day.

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To Mom, with Love: Your Never-Say-Die Spirit Keeps Me on My Toes!

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Written by

Manjulika Pramod

An engineer who loves to be called a blogger more!
Traveler, short-story writer, voracious reader, foodie is the better me!
Reading, eating, traveling, exploring, observing and blogging are the beautiful highs of my life.