Happy mother's day
**Sarah:** Maya, Mother's Day is coming up, and I'm feeling a bit down.

**Maya:** Why's that, Sarah?

**Sarah:** Well, I lost my mom when I was young, and sometimes I wonder what it would've been like to have her around. I mean, I had my aunt, but still...

**Maya:** Mothers come in all shapes and forms. It's not just about who gave birth to us, but who raised us, who nurtured us.

**Sarah:** Yeah, my aunt raised me like her own. She's been there for me every step of the way.

**Maya:** Exactly! It's the love and care that count the most. My own mother used to say, "It's not the blood that binds, but the love that builds."

**Sarah:** Your mom sounds wise.

**Maya:** She was. She passed away a few years ago, but her words still echo in my heart.

**Sarah:** I've been focusing too much on what I've lost. My aunt may not be my biological mother, but she's given me everything a mother could give.

**Maya:** Sometimes, the ones who aren't bound by blood are the ones who love us the most fiercely.

**Sarah:** You're right, Maya. I'm grateful for my aunt. She's been my mother in every way that matters.

Their conversation continued, weaving tales of love, loss, and the enduring bond between mothers and their children, whether by blood or by heart. And as they parted ways, Sarah felt a newfound sense of gratitude for the woman who had raised her with love and care.Happ