I see you Mama

I see you Mama. I see you struggling.
You feel like you have nothing left to give, but somehow you have to find the strength to carry on.
I see you, and you’re doing such a good job.

I see you Mama. I see you feeling like a failure.
You think you should do more, try harder, be better.
I see you, and you are enough.

I see you Mama. I see you wondering how you’re going to face another day.
You’re going through something tough and it’s hard to imagine being happy again.
I see you, and you will be ok.

I see you Mama. I see your insecurities taking over.
You feel worthless and lack confidence; you’ve forgotten how much you have to offer.
I see you, and you are beautiful.

I see you Mama. I see you feeling lonely.
Your circle of friends has become smaller; it’s hard to stay in touch with old friends.
I see you, and you are loved.

I see you Mama. I see your frustration.
You miss the spontaneity of no responsibility, being carefree seems so unobtainable now.
I see you, and the sacrifice is worth it.

I see you Mama. I see you trying.
You’re raising good people; you’re creating such special memories.
I see you, and you’ve got this.

I see you Mama. I see how hard you work.
You push yourself to do it all; you pressure yourself to keep everything together.
I see you, and you are achieving great things.

I see you Mama. I see you giving everything you’ve got.
You’re selfless, caring, kind and compassionate. No one could replace you.
I see you, and you are appreciated.

I see you Mama. I see how hard you love.
You would do anything for your family; give anything to make them happy.
I see you, and you are incredible.

Photography by Mr. Adam Robertson

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