It's been 3 years since I was able to spend Mother's Day with my Mom so I'm really happy that this year, I was able to spend Mother's Day with my Mom again.
My day started with flowers from my husband which brought a smile to my face.
The next thing that happened, not so much. My husband decided to put us under the blistering heat. For some reason, my husband had the fantastic idea of bringing our youngest out to feed the cows at nearby Villar Farm.
As much as I loved that Khali was super excited about feeding the cows, I wish we did this in the afternoon. The only good part was that there were no other people which was understandable because it was about 40 degrees.
Thankfully, after 15 minutes, my husband decided to get us out of the blistering heat. We ended up at Tablo because the place was still empty. We got there 10 minutes before it opened and we were able to have a good brunch.
Much to my surprise, they gave me a gift. It was a soy candle with a lemon scent. It's perfect for our home because it gives off a clean scent. Thank you, Tablo!
We went home after and rested a little then I started cooking our dinner at my Mom's house. I cooked some lasagna and made gimbap. Shobe also cooked for Mother's Day!
I think it made more sense to have home-cooked meals than to fight it out in a crowded restaurant. This way, you don't spend too much but you get to enjoy the company of your family in a low-key manner just how I like it.
Shobe also got me a bouquet. First time to receive sunflower.
I'm just so happy that I got to spend time with my Mom and still have my own family with me. It's these little moments that make things worth all the stress and hardship of adulting and being a Mom.
This is the photo gallery that B made for me. I LOVE IT!
I'm also thankful to the brands who remembered me. Thank you Food Panda, Okada, and my P&G family.
Being a Mom is not easy. I think that's the understatement of the year. However, it is also the most fulfilling role a person can ever have and I am blessed to be one two times over.