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A Daughter’s Wish

Dear Mommy, As I sit to write this letter to you, I am overcome with so many emotions. I have so much to say. I want to tell you that I wish we had a better relationship, I wish we could be closer, I wish I could tell you secrets as I see so many mothers and daughters share. I wish we could go out together and do fun things, and I wish our culture and family circumstances didn’t make this so difficult. I wish I could hear you tell me you love me. I wish I could sit and have you brush my hair, I wish I could feel you embrace me and tell me everything will be okay. I wish you could cook my favorite meal. I wish I could tell you how proud I am of our son who has grown to be such a sweet, honorable young man. There are so many things I wish for, but most of all I wish you were here for me to tell you all of this.

Mommy – I love you, and I know that no matter where you are, you are watching over me. Even though you couldn’t ever tell me, I know that deep in your heart you would be proud of who I am and what I have become.

On this Mother’s Day, if your mother is still with you, tell her all the things you want to say. Don’t wait until it’s too late.

Love Sabina

Sabina Manji, a lifelong Londoner, is an irrepressible entrepreneur, mother of a wonderful son, and also a committed volunteer.

 

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