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Supermom

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As Mothers Day is just around the corner it is time to celebrate the women who gave us life, either those who physically birthed us, or those who nurtured our lives in a meaningful way.

As a daughter of a mother, I am horrible at adequately expressing love to my own mother. I live on the west coast, and she on the east. I work ‘school’ hours, so I cannot ever spend this day with her. And, to be honest, the real reason I fail on this day is because I am a procrastinator. 

Just a couple of days ago I sent myself a note:

It’s this weekend, Carole! 

As in, you are entering into the 11th hour Carole! 

As in, call the florist in the village where your mom lives … NOW Carole!)

That is how ridiculous I am at expressing my affection, thankfulness and love to my mom.

This Mothers Day, my own mom will be recuperating from surgery, and I just wish I could be there with her, to assist her in her returning to her daily routine. 

I hope she feels my love, sent telepathically across the country. She really is a supermom!

I wanted to share a cute video, that will have you laughing, and maybe even pulling out the tissues.

Happy Mother’s Day!

http://youtu.be/zkprjeipGD4

 

 

 

 

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