To Mom With Love

We remember the days when we would drive you nuts.
You'd get the wooden spoon and spank our little butts.
A couple--or so--got broken in half.
Since time has passed, we all have to laugh.

Many things bring to mind fond memories of you.
Without such a great mom, we don't know what we'd do.

written for Mother's Day 2001

related links:

Mother's Day 2011: In Her Footsteps

Hopeful Rest: Mother's Day 2012

1 comment:

  1. I sat with my Mom today talking about random moments when I was growing up ... so long ago yet so fresh in our minds. My grandmother, who passed away fifteen years ago was my other mother (she lived with us & I adored her). I get to hug my mom today and I embrace my grandmother in spirit, because no matter where they are, they are looking over us. :)


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