Happy women’s day to all ladies in here!
Wishing you all the best! I hope will be a great day for everyone.

I’m curious to find out how women around the world spend this day. I would like to have a English blog known and appreciated by many people so I can get comments and find out what you do, my dear ones, on March 8, no matter where you live.

In Romania women receive flowers and candy or even more expensive gifts. Children give mothers their greetings, as well as small handmade gifts at school. Some companies offer employees a night at the restaurant, sometimes with a male striptease show. Men also offer various gifts to their wives and mothers.

I received from my husband the most expensive gift of my life: a Samsung Galaxy S10 +. I still have not touched it, because it only arrives on March 11 (it’s bought with preorder). I also wishing you to receive whatever you want and even more so.

My son has not given me anything, not even a wish of great day, but that’s because he worked all night and now he’s probably sleeping.

Have a great day everybody! Be happy, it’s Friday, 8 March, International Women’s Day.

A nice picture with happy women’s day:

2 thoughts on “Happy women’s day!”
  1. […] Happy women’s day. How many women around the world cry today hungry children, how many suffer because their men are hitting them, how many are they working hard today to survive? I’m lucky I’m on holiday today, but I have often worked hard to grow my baby, to eat what I eat, to pay my bills, to survive. Sometimes I feel like I can not do that anymore because it leaves my strength, but every time I get up and tell me I need to do a little more. Do you know what was the first thing I thought about when I moved to Scotland? I’ll be 3000 kilometers closer to seeing northern lights. I still have not had the chance to see them, but I hope it will happen someday. Others live a life in the northern part of the earth and do not see boreal aurora. I hope not to be so unlucky. […]

  2. […] Happy Women’s Day. How many women around the world cry today because they have hungry children? And how much do they suffer because their husbands hit them? How many women work hard today to survive? I’m lucky I’m on holiday today. But I worked all my life to raise my son. To eat what I eat, to pay my bills, to survive. Sometimes I feel like I can’t do it anymore because it gives me strength, but every time I get up and tell myself I have to do something else. […]

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