Mother’s Day celebrates moms, but I believe that it’s a day we can celebrate the women in our lives.
She may be your aunt, sister, friend, mentor, guardian or co-worker.
She may be a fabulous woman that you admire or respect.
She may be a wonderful woman who inspires you, teaches you, or has nursed your wounds (physical and emotional).
I do not believe that there is one definition of success or happiness as a woman. Not all women want careers. Not all women want children. Not all women want both. I would never advocate that we should all have the same objectives. We each have to chart our own unique course and define which goals fit our lives, values, and dreams. Some of the most important contributions to our world are made by caring for one person at a time often times by fabulous women.
If you know a fabulous woman, find her and tell her how amazing she is. After you tell her how amazing she is, make sure you take care of her. Not just today, but every day. Be good to her. Support her. Love her. Thank her for doing that for you.