I’m not a mom and at this stage in my life, I doubt I will ever wear the title. As an outsider, motherhood seems like one of the most challenging yet rewarding roles that a woman could ever take on in their lifetime. It’s a gift and a blessing to ever be entrusted with such a role. I admire mothers. I admire their strength, courage, resilience, selflessness, and unconditional love. I was lucky enough to have a mother that exemplified those qualities and more. She loved her family without limits and no sacrifice was ever too great. Growing up, she was always the first to wake up and the last to go bed making sure every need was met. I miss her dearly. If this blog seems like I’m rambling, it’s because I am. My words aren’t very fluid today, as this is my first Mother’s Day without her in the “physical” sense. I miss her presence. I miss her making me laugh. But, instead of being sad today, I wanted to immerse myself in things and memories that bring me joy. And one of the things that brings me joy and seeing photographs of moms introducing their children to travel. Leading by example, mothers show their children that all goals are attainable and nothing is impossible. This blog entry is a dedication to mothers around the world, including my very own watching over me. Here’s to mothers giving the world and showing their children world all at the same time. N’joy!