Posts Tagged ‘mother’



…δίνει λύση σε κάθε πρόβλημα που φαντάζει αξεπέραστο


…ακολουθεί τη δική της λογική που συνήθως είναι και φοβερά αποτελεσματική…


…φροντίζει πάντα για την δική σου ευτυχία, ακόμα και αν φαίνεται το αντίθετο…

Χρόνια Πολλά σε όλες τις μητέρες του κόσμου!

This entry is part 59 of 61 in the series Calvin&Hobbes



Calvin & Hobbes via Bill Watterson

This entry is part 20 of 21 in the series HOPE |humans of planet earth|



“I wish I could have done more for her. Her life has been nothing but struggle. She hasn’t known many happy moments. She never had a chance to taste childhood. When we were getting on the plastic boat, I heard her say something that broke my heart. She saw her mother being crushed by the crowd, and she screamed: ‘Please don’t kill my mother! Kill me instead!'” (Lesvos, Greece)

Κάθε Παρασκευή η Νatasouko, σκιτσάρει ιστορίες των αναγνωστών του καθώς και της σελίδας Humans of New York. 

The New Yorker



Mother’s Day via Roz Chast

“There must be some long German compound word for the feelings that most people have about their parents, this mix, this stew of gratitude and resentment,” says Roz Chast, “or maybe I’m just speaking for myself.”



Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson








peanuts by Charles Schulz




Howard Johnson (1887-1941) was an American songwriter and lyricist who has been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
M-O-T-H-E-R is a song written by Johnson in 1915.

by Zen Pencils