Thursday, June 16, 2011

.: Mirrored convergance :.


Circumventing the hems.

Mum :: Some people think the duties of a mother end by the time the child reaches puberty, began working or has gotten married. Little do they know that the duties of a mother only end when she is nearing to her last breath because to a mother, her child will always be, a child.

Me :: And some people think that the duties of a child end by the time the child has gotten married. Little do they know that the duties of a child only end when she is nearing to her last breath because to a child, she will always be, someone's child. :)

My parents will insha'Allah leave for Saudi Arabia to conduct their umrah this 23rd June. Mum, as always, is worried of dad's health whereas dad, as always, is complacent of mum and her worries of his health.

Mum :: Speak to your dad. Remind him that he shouldn't wander off on his own or with strangers.

Dad :: Your mum is at it again ...

They are still here ...

But I am starting to miss them already.
9.54pm Malaysian Time

2 comments:

nadia said...

I know what you mean by missing them already! And I agree, mother-child bonds are maintained until the last breath.

May Allah make the Umrah trip easy and safe for your parents. May He accept their prayers and deeds.

Hajar said...

Alhamdulillah Sis Nadia. They are scheduled to return this Thursday. :)