Mother’s Day by definition is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society.
Today, I am blessed, to be a daughter, a step-daughter and a MOM! Today will be a day filed with some tears I’m sure as I am not going to be with either of these TWO amazing ladies.
To my mom, my best friend and biggest cheerleader. The road has been filled with more than our share of twists and turns but through it all you have stood by my side. Through thick and thin, the good times and bad. Just like when I was a child, you were are there to guide and support me now as MS takes away my memory. Thank you for being my traveling buddy and joining me in my pink bubble.
You have taught me about strength and kindness. You have taught me how to be a good mom. You taught me to cherish my family. Mom, thank you for all of the lessons. I may not have always appreciated them at the time, but I am grateful for them now as an older, wiser and sometimes more mature woman. I am who I am today because you allowed me to grow and struggle through the bumps in the road. I am who I am today because you loved me when I didn’t love myself. Thank you…..Happy Mother’s Day to the BEST MOM in the world. I love you!
To my daughter, Belinda who makes MY Mother’s Day so special. They say you never know what it means to be a mom until you have a child – I agree 100%. I now understand why my mom put up with everything (the good, the bad & the ugly) all of those years. My daughter is my heart. It was “you and me, kid” for most of her life and I wouldn’t change it for the world. Being a single mom had its struggles but with the love and support of family and friends we made it. As a child, you were a challenge – having your own opinion and questioning everything but you helped me to grow as a person too. You have grown into an AMAZING woman who I am proud to say is “my daughter”. MS may steal the memories by in my heart I know it will alway be “you and me kid”.
To those who have lost their moms, cherish the memories. To those who have a strained relationship with them, reach out, re-connect – bless and move on – for you don’t want to live with regrets when they are gone.
Happy Mother’s Day to all of the moms and those who have been like a mom to so many.
Have a ThirtyOne-derful day.
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Every day should be Mother’s Day! I’m fortunate to be visiting my mom in Ohio over the holiday, and today is her 89th birthday. I can’t imagine a world without her in it, but I’m also thankful for the time we have. #grateful