Happy Mother’s Day to all my mommy friends! 🌷💕💐
Our team was in Warsaw shortly after the second week of war and saw the influx of refugees to Poland increased from 1 million to over 2 millions. We visited the Warsaw Central Station which was packed with refugees sitting or sleeping on the floor, or walking aimlessly trying to figure out where to go next. The theme of these refugees: little children looking shocked & scared from what they saw back home and from the 3-5 days of waiting in the snow trying to cross into the Polish border, elderlies who appeared so frail and tired, and then there are the mothers…💔 Though looking beyond exhausted & carrying the little ones, the luggages, and holding their elderly parents or relatives, these mothers have this determined look on their faces that they will care for their loved ones in a foreign place, wherever that place might be, and are willing to take all the weights of the future generations of Ukraine onto their tiny shoulders. 💔
With their permission, I’d like to share some of these amazing mothers in this post. 💙💛❤️
Please go through the pictures to read about them.
(This post is private for the protection of these amazing mothers.)