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May 9, 2011
First off let me express my gratitude and, most times, unexpressed love for my mom. Mother’s day has passed and I didn’t properly lavish my mom with gifts and notes as I had hoped to. That’s why this week I am going to continue celebrating mother’s day with a few extra bits and bobs. I mean don’t get angry with me for my lack of celebration I did, indeed, take my mom and grandma out to see a movie and out to lunch. SO there : ) I guess I would just love to buy her a car or something extravagant, give her something she deserves. She’s entitled to a prize after raising my brother and I. 

My beautiful Mama!



     Grandma Jay and I on Mother’s Day. I absolutely love her. 


My mom is a great woman would be the understatement of the century. I wish there were words to express exactly how wonderful she is. Despite the fact that words could never describe my mother’s endearing qualities I will try my best to paint a picture of who my mom is. She is patient, loving, kind, vibrant, resilient, caring, empathetic, joyful, positive, tender, warm, et cetera, et cetera, the list goes on and on. I can only hope to be as great a mother as she has been to me. My mom puts up with me on so many occasions it’s ridiculous. I almost feel guilty for how rotten I can be, especially towards her, yet for some strange reason she continues to clothe me in her grace, love, and patience. I don’t deserve it. I feel as though I catch a glimpse of how Jesus loves us despite ourselves through my mother’s actions. Her love is unending for her children and she dotes upon us considerably. She sees us in a sort of rose colored glasses kind of way. Mom I love you and you mean the world to me, even when I am acting selfishly and rudely. I am sorry for how much I take you for granted. Thank you for always thinking of Joey and I and giving of yourself constantly. I have learned how to care for others (even though I have a long way to go), how to put family first, to look on the positive side (even when I don’t want to) and how to be thankful from you. You’re truly a beautiful woman. I pray for you always and hope you know that you mean the world to me. As I used to say when I was little Mom, I love you with all of my heart and soul. I am so incredibly blessed that God chose you as my mom.  He knew what he was doing and who I needed to make me the woman that I am and hope to be. Happy Mother’s Day, again!
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3 Comments leave one →
  1. May 11, 2011 2:49 pm

    Love you.. and your mama..

  2. July 12, 2011 2:10 pm

    the world wants more of your writing 🙂

  3. July 13, 2011 5:04 am

    Michal, I am longing to write again! I really dislike my blog's appearance at the moment, but have no fear, I plan on making a sort of come back : ) I already have ideas, adventures, and thoughts ready for the blogging! I am extremely complimented by your comment. I am also so excited and humbled that you enjoy my writing. Hope you're well! Talk to you soon, my dear.

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