Thanks for the tag @Lim
The woman who inspired me the most is my mother.. because she struggled so much in life and still doing it.she raised 6 kids, 4 daughters and 2 brothers and 5 are married of them and still little brother is left he is studying...after my fathers death she managed very well bravely...she always there whenever i want. She always help others...
The woman who inspires me the most is my best friend. She is the most amazing parent and caring friend I have ever had the pleasure of knowing, and despite struggling immensely with her mental health she always has space for me and everyone else in her life. When she sings her voice is so beautiful it makes me cry. She is beyond amazing and she makes my life better every day.
@Lim thanks for the tag please really consider @ShannaSkywolf this woman puts her all into this community. Always leaving links for new players helping with side projects. Greeting everyone constantly. And not just welcome spending the time to genuinely help them. She set up a vision site. This woman is truly amazing person. I think you know her already but if not please just look around the boards she all over helping someone tx's so much have a great day!!! 👍🤞
Just have fun!!!!!
Be safe and always have fun everyday!!! 🙂👍
The women who helped me and inspired was my grandma ..She always said the the stars are yours for the taking and live life to the fullest. 🙂🦄
My mom is inspiration for me in every factor of life :)
The woman who inspires me the most is Dork Diaries author, Rachel Renee Russell!
Thanks for tagging me 😊 @Lim It's a great joy to read all these posts. In real life, the woman who inspires me the most is my grandma. She passed away in October last year but she will be my lifetime inspiration. On the other hand, there are so many admirable women in the world I admire and am grateful for - Maya Angelou, Oprah, Tina Turner, Madonna, Florence Welch, Emeli Sande... The list is endless 💜🙏🏻
My Sister has to be my #1. My sister, brother and I pretty well raised ourselves. But in the long run she kept things going on the right track. I am so very happy and proud to have a beautiful lady like her that stood by me. Thru thick and thin we had each other. To you my Sister with so much love. This is dedicated to you ❤️
Thanks for tagging me, @Lim! I don’t exactly have an original answer either, but my mom and my Grandmas (from both sides of the family) are three of the greatest women I’ve ever known. Moms stick with us when no one else will.❤️
Hi Everyone! As usual- thank you to @Lim for thinking of everyone and for taking the time to let us know when something new is going on in the Community!
The woman who inspires me the most is my mother. Since I was very young, my mother and I have always had a special relationship.
My father was in the Air Force for 21 years, and we had to move frequently. My mother always made me feel safe and loved, no matter what our living situation was like. Every summer, my mom and I would take an airplane trip to see my Grandparents in Western New York. My mom was a wonderful seamstress, and she would sew matching dresses for us to wear on travel day. One year, I wanted to take my 2 1/2 foot Raggedy.Ann doll on the plane trip. So my mom sewed my doll and I matching outfits, and we looked so cute, especially when I sat my doll on the conveyor belt during the security screening. I still remember that day, and I was only about 6 years old!. As I grew, so did my love and respect for my mother. My mother worked many jobs while I was growing up..She worked as a grocery market cashier and as a laundry attendent and housekeeper, at the same hospital that both she and I were born in. When she retired from her hospital position, she then became a volunteer. My mother is the most loving, kind, and selfless person that I know. She truly is my inspiration to always strive to be the best version of myself that I can be.
The womam who inspires the most: she can only be my mother, because she raised me alone, since I was 3 years after my father died, she never said anything to me.
For me, Education is very important especially for Women All Over The World not just for me. To this effect, the woman who should inspire everyone the most is Malala Yousafzai, a Pakistani Education Advocate who, at the age of 17 in 2014, became the youngest person to win the Nobel Peace Prize after surviving an assassination attempt by the Taliban. On October 9, 2012, a gunman shot Malala when she was traveling home from school. She survived and has continued to speak out on the Importance of Education.
Thank you for tagging me @Lim
I'd have to say my mother because she is kind, motivating, and always helps me become who I want to be. She is a little strict, but she is still the mother I love so much. We've gone on adventures before. Daring adventures. We've made wonderful memories we would remember every day for the rest of our lives. I'm not ready to lose her yet and I'm not losing myself either. Sometimes, we gotta look out for each other the very best we can.
So what about you? What did you and your mother do together and what would you describe her?
Hey ho everyone.
@Lim Thanks again for the tag.
Well, as I told you and in discussion 'International Women's Day 8th March 2020' in Candy Crush Friends Saga Community which is here, I told you that in my life, there were some women who inspired and still inspire me and without them, I would be so empty.
First, my mom. Despite of being alittle strict and stubborn sometimes, she is very strong and determined woman and she never give up, no matter what and I really wish one day to become strong like her. Right now, I work in my confidence so to become like her.
Now the second women who still inspired me alot is from that community. Actually, three of my special friends who have important place in my heart and which are @QueenMia who helped me alot here, @Elsa with her kindness and her sweet stories that I love to read them alot and my beloved buddy @candycrushinit who is my best buddy ever and I feel very lucky of meeting her here.
Oh and silly me...in previous discussion, I forgot to add and someone else. My grandmom from my mom's side who passed away when I was 15 years old . My grandmom was like a second mother for me. She was sweet and very kindhearted and she taught me alot about the world. I became what I am now, thanks to her. A sweet girl who will always help the others.~ Yeah!~
Oh and a huge thanks to all my female buddies that I met her too. You make this community a sweet place for all the women of the world!~
Without a doubt, I look to my mom for support and guidance. 💖 She is a great role-model, a loving mother and wife, and a fantastic cook! 😉