Happy Mother’s day!

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I am very lucky to celebrate with family and friends two times a month mother’s day. Today celebrated here in the United States, but in my country is the last Sunday of May.

Since I started Educcorner, I’ve seen many exemplary mothers doing the best in its possibilities. I love seeing the comments, and tags to others moms, like: “let’s try this..” ” Look at this for our kids, so cool,” Many of you are from different countries, but that mother love, breaks any barrier and distance, it is sacrificial and unique.

I dedicate this text from one of my favorite Children author Nancy Tillman:

“Wherever you are my love will find you

to all of you, with love!


I wanted you more

than you ever will know,

so I sent love to follow

wherever you go

It’s high as you wish it.

It’s quick as an elf.

You’ll never outgrow it…

it stretches itself!

So climb any mountain…

climb up the sky!

My love will find you.

My love can fly!

Make a big splash! Go out on a limb!

My love will find you. My love can swim!

It never gets lost, never fades, never ends…

if you’re working…

or playing…

or sitting with friends.

You can dance ’til you’re dizzy…

paint ’til you’re blue…

There’s no place, not one,

that my love can’t find you.

And if someday  you’re lonely,

 or someday you’re sad,

or you strike out at baseball

or think you’ve been bad…

just lift up your face,

feel the wind in your hair.

That’s me, my sweet baby, my love is right there.

In the green of the grass…

in the smell of

the sea…

in the clouds floating by…

at the top of a tree…

in the sound

crickets make at the end of the day…

“You are loved. You are loved. You are loved”, they all say.

My love is so high, and so wide and so deep,

it’s always right there, even

when you’re asleep.

So hold your head high and don’t be afraid

to march to the front

of your own parade.

If you’re still my small babe

or you’re all the way grown,

my promise to you is

you’re never alone.

You are my angel, my darling,

my star…

and my love will find you,

wherever you are.

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