I remember how when I was in school, my mother used to pack extra food for my best friend who complained about her mother packing paratha and achaar every day for her tiffin (sorry, Aunty!). But that’s how mothers are. They don’t just care for their child alone, but they feel for every other child in the vicinity!
Speaking of which, a woman on Twitter with the username @psychedamygdala shared how her friend’s mother sends her tiffin along with a note every day because she complained about the food that was served in the mess.
“Been complaining about mess food to friend and he told his mom, so his mom’s been sending me food almost everyday. I said I couldn’t accept it anymore because I don’t have time to make anything and return the tiffins and now she sends these little notes,” she tweeted.
Because she couldn’t send anything back to her in return, the mother sent this heartwarming note the next day:
“Enjoy the food. Children should not worry about sending empty tiffin to mother. You can send your love and affection with the tiffin. That is more than enough. God bless you. Love, Mum.”
On other days too, she writes cute little notes for her. I love how she doesn’t refer to herself as ‘aunty’ but as ‘mum’.
“Good morning child. Welcome back. Have a wonderful day. God bless you. Love, Mum.”
Have a look at her tweet here:
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Been complaining about mess food to friend and he told his mom, so his mom’s been sending me food almost everyday. I said I couldn’t accept it anymore because I don’t have time to make anything and return the tiffins and now she sends these little notes. Humans are top tier >> pic.twitter.com/qBcM8EfmQi
— shruberry (blue tick) (@psychedamygdala) July 7, 2022
Many people took to the comments section to share similar instances of their mothers and/or their friends’ mothers doing the same for them. It’s just so cute!
My mom used to pack food for all my frnds during my hostel days mbbs and Md as well.almost like friends juniors seniors all used to eat.😋🥰and I was left with no home 🍲 food😂😂
— Shikha Garg (@DrShikhagarg) July 7, 2022
how sweet of them! 💕 just the other day out of the blue my friend and her mom made me a breakfast tiffin as well because of my long duty hours and me not finding the time to actually eat. such ppl are truly a blessing. 💛
— Maida Ali, MBBS (@maida_elie) July 8, 2022
Reminds me of my friend Gayatri Krishnaswamy’s mom who unfailingly sent her Iyengar kathrikkai curry on the days when my hostel mess served rubbish food. Now, I wonder how she did it? A working woman with 3 school/college kids…
— Meera Ravi (@MeeraRavi) July 7, 2022
Such a sweet gesture.
I do send similar notes to my little one too in his lunch box, in the hope that those make him smile and think of me/family when he is in a different set up.
— VT (@vaaniverse) July 7, 2022
Exactly what my mom would do. Enjoy the food, count your blessing and pass on the goodness. ❤
— Gothicself (@Gothicself) July 7, 2022
Friendships which involves families>>>>
— Feayaanshu Dhull (@noogodplsnoo) July 7, 2022
truly said- Maa to maa hoti hai❤️
— Swyam Gupta (@GuptaSwyam) July 7, 2022
Moms are literally the best!