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Thanks for sharing your insight with us last week! I have a wonderful mother. I know that I am to have the mother I do. A mother who has guided and influenced my life for the last 28 years. A mother who is now a Nana to my two sweet boys. A mother who, despite being a Nana, does not stop being my mother. She continues to parent, advise, and lend a listening ear any time I need it. A mother who has taught me so many, many things. Countless pieces of wisdom and life lessons. I am the woman, the wife, the mother, the friend, and the sister, I am because I have the mother I do.
You are worthy of all things wonderful and great.
Be kind; to yourself, to your friends, to strangers.
Listen to, and most importantly trust those feelings in your gut.
Give compliments to those around you.
Saying please and thank you go a long way.
Always call you mother, she worries.
It’s ok to make mistakes.
It’s important to learn from them.
There is nothing better than a freshly painted manicure.
Home is where your mom is.
It’s better to be overdressed than underdressed.
Quality is always more important than quantity.
It’s ok to drink cheap wine.
Believe in the power of prayer and know that miracles happen.
You can never make too much food when throwing a party.
When you drive someone home, wait to make sure they get inside safely.
Early is on time, on time is late, and late is seriously unacceptable.
It’s important to remember your roots, but spread your wings.
No man will every love you as much as your dad does.
There is nothing a little Garth Brooks or Tim McGraw cannot fix.
Traditions, new and old, are important.
Cupcakes and cookies always taste better when made from scratch.
It is important to be able to apologize when you are wrong.
The world is not black and white; it is filled with millions of shades of grey.
Just because you can do it all, doesn’t mean you have to do it all.
Ask for help when you need it.
Everyone is worthy of love.
Take pictures. Print pictures. Hang pictures everywhere!
Be quick to forgive, but never forget.
Good things come to those who wait.
Life isn’t fair.
A quick, 10 second tidy before walking out the door or before going to bed will make all the difference.
Do it yourself. Until you can’t. Then call someone who can.
Sit down for dinner. Put your napkin in your lap. And keep your elbows off the table.
You are never to old to need your mom.
Thank you, Mom, for being YOU and teaching me how to be ME. I love you, Happy Mother’s Day.