Thursday, February 24, 2011

A Daughters Love

   * Note from Roba Dolce:  The photo and last name of the recipient have been removed. It is important  that you have the permission of the person you are nominating to use their photo or last name on these posts.

  The  person I want to write about is humble, generous, and always carries a smile on her face.  Her name is Christina .  She came to the United States more than 20 years ago from Hong Kong.  She's been through a lot in the past few years and is one of the victims of the recent recession.  She lost her job and her home.  However, she never acts or feels  that she is as a victim, quite the opposite is true.  She uses her free time for charity work, visiting and caring for elders and the ill.  She often prepares home cooked meals and brings them to those who are in need, regardless of  her own time and expense.

   Christina, in her mid-60's, is more active than ever.  She signed up with her church to participate on projects to spread the gospel.  Every year, she travels to Mexico with other participants to help repair and paint  homes and schools.   She is the most generous and loving person I know, and the best mom in the world. 

   Yes, Christina is my mom.  The one who taught me by example, each and every day.   I can never praise and thank her enough for what she has given me, and  I took this opportunity to write about her  because I believe she deserves some recognition. 

Thank you for reading.

Warm Regards,
Amy T.  
                     Amy- thank YOU for sharing your mother's generosity with us.
Roba Dolce is sending out a big box of gelato and sorbetto
in appreciation of her kindness.

Keep the stories coming!
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telling your readers about our mission.  


  1. What a wonderful person. I love reading about the kindness and generosity of others.

  2. What a wonderful woman, who obliviously raised her daughter to have the same caring spirit. Kudos to both these women for showing us how love of family and sharing with those less fortunate can enrich our own lives.

  3. Sniff-sniff - Hooray to Amy for sharing the story of her mother's generosity. So heart warming, from both perspectives!

  4. Thank you everyone for your kind words. It's an honor that Roba Dolce selected my letter to share with all the readers on this blog. And thank you, Roba Dolce, for sending the lovely treats to my mom. I truely appreciate this opportunity to share with all of you. Blessings.


  5. Such a heartwarming story! Thanks for sharing. :)