A Right Place for Seniors Referral & Placement Services
It's been a while since I lost my mother but my memories of her remains in my heart forever. How I wish she is with us today.
When she was sick, I didn't get a chance to take care of her because I was a thousand miles away but if given a chance to have her alive again, i will cross the thousand miles just to be with her and show her how much I care.
Being is the Senior care industry, I witnessed how valuable parents are to their children. I got a chance to interact with children of ailing parents and I can can relate how they feel when faced with a problem that comes with it. History repeats itself! Now that we are grown ups, it's our chance to do the same!
When we were small, our parents took care of us, fed us, clothe us, bathe us, helped us in everything without expecting something in return. Such an unconditional love. If they are working, they would drop us off to day care or hire a nanny to take care of us.
I remembered the time when my mother gave birth to my 4th and 5th sisters, (they were one year apart) and my Mom hired a nanny for each of them. Lucky them! But you see, our parents really took care of us. Our Mom made sure all her children were taken cared of. If we're sick, she would do all her best to gave us all her attention. What a wonderful mother I had. To my Mom, rest in peace! Please continue to watch over us. Thank you for all you did for us.