Inquiring Photographer: Appreciating Mothers
What makes Mother’s Day special for you? What would you like for Mother’s Day?
Rakhshanda Y., 55, would love flowers.
“I think it’s a great holiday for children to show their appreciation for their mothers. All I ask for is flowers for Mother’s Day.”
Shatiqua Pelsey, 31 with her daughter Sabriell, 6, wants candy and a heartfelt card.
“It’s a day to appreciate the things I go through to be the glue of the family. I go through a lot to make sure my family has clean clothes, is fed and other things to get them ready for the day. I was taught to be independent, to take good care of my kids and to guard and protect them to the best of my ability by my mother and grandmother.
Alicia Milano, 53, only wants the best for her adult children.
“Mother’s Day is about the lessons we learned from our mother’s and what we teach our children. The female figures in my life taught me to love, respect and always keep my children safe. All I want for Mother’s Day is for my children to stay safe, have good health and to stay strong.
Sharell Cooper, 30, with her three daughters Saryah, 7, Shaniyah, 10, and Skylah, 6 wants a trip to Paris.
“Every year my family and I go out to dinner, it’s a tradition I always look forward to. What I want for Mother’s Day is lots of sleep, for my children to appreciate how much cleaning and cooking I do for them, and to understand that when I give them chores I am not being hard on them. I want them to become independent because they will have to do things on their own one day. I also dream about going to Paris, that’s a gift I would love to have.”