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Mother's Day: What I think about MOTHER'S!
Posted by co083121, May 12, 2012. 899 views. ID = 5642

Mother's Day

Posted by co083121, May 12, 2012. 899 views. ID = 5642
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My mother. Wow! Where to begin?...I remember this time when me and my brother were riding in his truck and got into a car accident. The truck rolled and I
could've rode in the bed of the truck (my idea), now that I think about that I could've gotten seriously hurt or worse :-(. When our mom came on the scene you could tell the fear and terror in her voice! I think if one of us would've died she would've lost it. It's a sound in your mum's voice you never want to hear. I love my mom, even though I don't say it much. I'm not the lovey-dovey type. I don't express my feelings often, so, when I do it always means something. Moms
also go the through the pain of child-birth, I've heard that's like having kidney stones! For nine months they go through a host of changes that I don't fully understand and another life begins to form inside them. You know what? My friend told me during the last few months of a pregnacy the baby's hearing is fully
developed and the baby recognizes the mother's voice at birth! NOW ISN'T THAT
SPECIAL!!! Before this new life even has been on its own it already knows the mother's voice!

I wish I could put story after story of heart warming tales about moms, but, I can't. I can't remember many. But each parent has their place. The dad has a job,
and the mom's have a job........Many of you mothers do a splendid job! THANKS!

Here's a few things I've got from my mom's side I believe....
A love for beauty.
A soft gentle side.
Respect for women.
A love for small things.
The ability to not show my emotions.
A love for the library.
A cool older brother.
A love for different races.
A love for grey eyes.
Lessons on how a mother's job doesn't end when her kids turn 18.


There are more, but I can't think of any quick ones. The rest would require deep
thought. Sooo, HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!!!!!!! For all you mother's who ever thought of giving up, DON'T! Your son(s) may be like me. When we boys are young, we........need........our.......MOTHERS. I can't emphasize that enough. I wouldn't be complete without my mom in my life. And neither will your son(s).

From one son to another, know how to treat your mom. It's important, I can't explain how, it just is! TAKE CARE OF YOUR MOMS, you don't have to do it financially(but it could help). Just be there when she needs you!

THANK YOU MOTHERS FOR BEING THERE FOR US HARD-HEADED BOYS! I should know I'm one of them.

PEACE OUT!

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