Today is Mother’s Day for the people here in the United States. So, in lieu of Mommies Day, I have something for my own mother.
When I was younger, you prepared me for the big world of walking.
When I was a little older, you prepared me for the big world of attending kindergarten.
When I was a little older, I was ready for middle school. I knew I could handle it.
When middle school was over, I was petrified of high school. You pulled me into a hug and said it was going to be okay.
Although I know you can’t always hold our hand, I know you’ll always be there. Everytime I feel as if I’m going to climb St Helens, I can still feel your hand holding mine- helping me, guiding me.
I wouldn’t pick any mother but you. You’re one of a kind. You’ve helped me through so many problems and heartaches in my life, who else can do that? I know that if I ever have a problem, you’re right there with tissues and a hug, waiting for the breakdown.
You’re the shoulder I lean on whenever I feel I am going to just cry a river. You’re the person I learn most from in my life. You are everything a mother is: loving, caring, true. I say this with every beat of my heart: I Love You!