They taught us how to speak and read, they believe in us in every challenges on how we can make it, they are the one who understands the most and nothing can compare her in the whole wide world. Happy Mother's Day (in Ilonggo: "Malipayon Nga Adlaw Sang Mga Nanay!") to all of you and to all mothers around the world.
"Mother's day in the Philippines is celebrated every second Sunday of May. A Filipino mother is called the "light of the household" around which all activities revolve. Families treat mothers to lunch or dinner out, spend time with them in a park, shopping at the mall, watching movies, or giving her time to pamper herself. Most families typically celebrate at home. Children perform most chores that the mother routinely does, prepare food or give their mums small handcrafted tokens such as cards." - Wikipedia