I’ll Never Stop Loving You Necklace in Sterling Silver
Wow– how touching is this!! Can you picture your kids gifting you this necklace for Mother’s Day perhaps at brunch or while bringing you breakfast in bed? Could you imagine the heart felt joy upon opening the box containing these sentimental words? These are powerful words, touching words, heartfelt words that are not chosen lightly. They come from within, from one’s inner most soul to share with yours.
I’ll Never Stop Loving You
This Mother’s Day, thank your mom. Or your wife. Bring her joy and happiness, and let her know that you appreciate all she has done for you. Etch these words onto her heart, just like this pendant. Touch her soul, her mind, and let her know exactly how you feel.
Words speak louder than actions. Create ever lasting memories with a piece of jewelry that she can carry close to her heart and continually draw pleasure.
There are all sorts of moms out there, some cook and clean and raise kids really well. Others can do that + fix stuff and make stuff. I admit, I don’t fall into those categories, but I can dream, right? I do look online and get inspired to fix and create all sorts of things. Why can’t I hang that new picture and make a bench for the backyard, right? I pin away on pinterest all the time!! Trying to convince myself I am handy and everything is easy.
Then the moms that do it really really well are out there, and put us others to shame. Hey, that is OK by me. I still can rock this awesome tool necklace though and the matching bolt earrings. It beats my kids name on a heart necklace anyday….just saying!
Mother’s Day is quickly approaching. Don’t we all seem to forget to show our moms’ we appreciate and love them? I know my family is guilty!
Being a mother is difficult and often a thankless job. There is cleaning, cooking, carpools, homework and laundry to do daily and many times you go to sleep without a thank you. But, you get up in the morning and do it all again without being reminded. One day out of the year to put aside to say thank you, we appreciate you, we love you isn’t asking a lot.
Remind your mom that you love her with a little trinket, it might be looked at 6 months from now when the laundry bin is overflowing and the kids are screaming….
According to Wikipedia, the stereotypical Jewish mother is ” a nagging, overprotective, manipulative, controlling, smothering, and overbearing mother or wife, one who persists in interfering in her children’s lives long after they have become adults.” Or is a Jewish mother one that a warm, plump woman that always has a pot of chicken soup boiling on the stove?
We all have mothers. But not all fit in the same mold.
I am now a mother, am I like the old European Jewish mother that came over at the turn of the cenury? Am I the mother that nags, “put your clothes away, do your homework, wash you face!” Or am I the soccer mom that drives all day long from one activity to the next?
Honestly, I have three kids. I seem to yell put this away, clean up, eat better….but I also help with school activities, work and drive from activity to activity. I must confess I do love kickboxing, that isn’t too typical right?!
It isn’t easy being a parent. Our roles today are similar but so different to those of our grandparents. Our worries are more global– out of the family business and neighborhood to the future. What awaits the world and our kids? It is fearful but also encouraging, knowing that we will continue on our lineage for years to come.
How do you like those pictures of my great-grandmother and grandmother?