Personal Narrative: A Mother's Love For Mother

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"A mother 's love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity; it dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path." This quote by Agatha Christie is a perfect way to express the incredible bond that mothers feel with their children and it holds true that our mothers are special in our lives. Our presents for mums are our simple way of expressing the way we feel about them.

But What To Get Your Mum?

Presents for mum are notoriously difficult to get right. The present must be unique, after all so is she and it should genuinely reflect what she wants (as opposed to what you would like her to receive!). The standard seems to be flowers (not the garage variety) and/or chocolates. These are no doubt welcome but being
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They also have to be the one you can complain to when your teacher isn 't being very nice or in later years when your boss isn 't being very nice!

Perhaps a gift of cosy warm (and even microwaveable) soft boots would soothe away the aches and pains (both mental and physical), after all she may just need a simple recharge!

Why not try something that is personalised? You may recall a time when you brought home a badly made pencil holder or very strange looking mug from woodwork or pottery but as it was made by you didn 't our mothers love it? Sometimes even genuinely! Giving a gift should come from the heart and gifts for Mums should be something special - gifts for Mum are truly appreciated and should be a pleasure to find not a chore.

Mothers are funny people by and large, they have to be, to raise a child requires a sense of humour and a wry sense of irony goes a long way. When your child brings you breakfast in bed at four in the morning, seeing the funny side is vital, so if your mum has a sense of humour then the one million pound note is a must
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