She said business, at 9911 Lake June Road, started to bloom again after several months, and this Mother’s Day has shaped up to be better than last. “Last year was pretty tough because the pandemic had just started and there were no flowers, shortage of flowers everywhere,” owner Maria Diaz said.
“Yeah it’s a really busy day for us,” Diaz said. “You don’t have to give them a message, you don’t have to give them money, to me you can give one flower to a certain person, and that says it all.” “This is my first year without my mom being her,” Diaz said, tearing up.
Her mother, Eduarda Diaz Garcia died last November at the age of 68. She was not able to attend her mother’s funeral in Mexico because she was sick with COVID-19 at the time.
“She used to work here all the time with us, every holiday, I mean I learned this thanks to my mom, so it’s pretty tough,” Diaz said. Creating beautiful bouquets of flowers is a craft that she picked up from her own mother.
As she reflects on this first Mother’s Day without her own mom, she reminds others to cherish every moment with their mom. “There’s days when you have a great day and there are days when you kind of want to break down knowing that she’s not there with you, but it will get better,” Diaz said.
Source www.nbcdfw.com “I want everyone to have a blessed and safe Mother’s Day and stay safe,” Diaz said.
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