What's a little sad about the celebration though was that someone (not a relative) mishandled the box of cake that we bought for mother-in-law. He carried the box of cake like it was just a luggage. Somehow, his intention to help carry our stuff from the car didn't do the cake any justice. I felt a little bad about it because we took the time to go to the mall to buy the cake only to get messed up like that. Anyway, I took the picture from afar and it still looked like a cake after all. :-)
I'm really blessed to have a wonderful mother-in-law who treats me like her own daughter as well. Oh, how I love all my in-laws!
a cake for mother-in-law
I thought of buying a generic Mother's Day cake for the rest of the mothers in the house (and to greet my own mom secretly!). This one never got messed up because it was a small one and I carried it myself.
When I think of mother's day, I also think about my dear mom . In fact, I never stopped thinking about her every single day. This is why I'd like to share this picture to my friends and readers one of the last photos we had together before she passed away (barely two months after my wedding).
Incidentally, just like Bchai's mother's day post, I also have an old picture of mom. It was her picture with our grandparents, aunts and uncles.
Can you see her in the picture? (Here's a giveaway tip: Look for the one with Chinese-looking eyes..)