The older I get the more I appreciate this woman more and more. As time slips by so is time spent with her. I couldn’t imagine my life without my best friend, my rock, my supporter, my mom.
I was lucky enough to grow up with two women who guided me through the hardest times in a females life. They were patient, loving, honest, loyal and forgiving time and time again.
Once I entered high school, or relationship was tested with my teenage attitude and strong spirit. We fought a lot during those four years, but we came out of it with a strong relationship and a better understanding of each other. I’m thankful that chapter of my life is closed and we’ve overcame the adversity.
Let me apologize from them here and now. It’s sort of a tradition, isn’t it? Each generation passing on the hormonal nightmare of my teenage daughter self. I know you dealt with a lot – that’s to put it mildly. But you got through it – we both go through it. Maybe we both learned a little along the way; I know I did.
I learned how to be graceful. I learned how to be driven and precise. I learned how to love. From this woman — I learned the thousand and one ways to say I love you. It’s all the little things I once took for granted. How are you? Have you eaten today? Or How did you sleep last night?
I’mon my I you. can’t of a I won’t. That’s the truth. you’re there and forever . my you never hesitate to answer my phone texts. with advice and exactly what .
So Mom, thank you for being you. For being this amazing, incredible person who chose to have children. I lucked out when it came to you, Angela and Dad. Thank you for being the best Mom out there. For being my friend my confidant my Therapist and my nurse all rolled into once. You’ll always be my mom and I’ll always be daughter. That’s a fact we can’t escape.
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