Mom and the Unspoken Words of the Jaguars
On the occasion of Vietnamese Women’s Day, October 20th, Jaguars from all year levels came together to give special gifts and words of love to their beloved women.
Children seem to have a deep-rooted mental image of a working mom who gives her all every day and who constantly shows her love without expecting anything in return. Thanks to the Jaguars’ heartfelt confessions, the picture of a caring mother providing a lot of love to raise her small family is now truthful and respectful. From the perspective of a child, they have witnessed their mother’s difficulties and are always motivated to support and give back to her.
“My mother is the woman I love the most. Despite the fact that I have a younger brother, my mother constantly looks after me. Whenever she’s not looking after my younger brother, she likes to play with dolls with me. My mom usually spends a few hours at night sleeping with me when my dad looks after my brother. When my brother falls asleep, she walks to his room so that my dad may sleep next to me, and she will keep an eye on my brother. My mother usually organizes the clothes for me after they get dry. I love Mom.”
– Kha Tu, Year 3A –
“My mother is the person I love the most in my life. Thank you, Mom, for being with me. I will try my best to study and take care of my younger siblings. Mom, please get better soon. When you are sick and all of us get sick, it’s you who always takes care of us. I’ve seen what you’ve accomplished for me. Mom, you have my undying love. I hope you will get well soon, Mom.”
– Mai Ha Anh, Year 3A –
“If they ask me what an angel looks like, I would say that is my splendid mother. She is the kindest woman I’ve ever seen. Not only my mother, but we all agree that all women’s contributions to the world are incomparable. I have really appreciated my mother’s effort, patience, and hard work. Everything is just for me! She deserves all the best things in this life. In conclusion, my mother is an indispensable part of my life. I wish for her and for all the women in the world to always have good luck. I promise one day I will repay my mother for her hard work.”
– Tran Gia Lac, Year 6A –
Jaguars, thank you for constantly striving to be good children. Thank you to the parent community, especially the mothers, grandmothers, sisters, and aunts who have always given all their love to the Jaguars.