Pampering

Dear Optimists,

I mentioned the other day one of the greatest advantages of moving away from home. But there’s something I have to admit.

No matter how much I enjoy eating cake in the morning (and around the clock), it’s always nice to come home and be pampered.

That morning I knew I had to get up early to go to The Blue Lagoon. As any other kid (you’re always a kid when you’re home, right?) I depended on my Mum to get me up in time to pack my things and get ready.

I got up 15 minutes before we had to go. Because this happened:

Love,
Nadia.

Author: Nadia

BA-student in Philosophy & Science / Communications studies and also a photographer. Co-writer and illustrator for Dear Optimists.

6 thoughts on “Pampering”

  1. I confess, when I get overwhelmed by the 3 little monkeys, I drive across town and hang out with my mom for a while. They’re just so… so… Mom-ish. Even being a mom doesn’t change the fact that Mom is still the most comforting, safe person you know!

    1. There are definitely something about mums. They are also the only ones that are allowed to treat you like a child – when wanted, obviously.

      Three children – I bow in respect.

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