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Let’s be honest for a second, we’ve all made Yo Mama Jokes. Whether we did it because we were angry or just for the thrill of fitting in with the crowd, it’s pretty much a
Let’s be honest for a second, we’ve all made Yo Mama Jokes. Whether we did it because we were angry or just for the thrill of fitting in with the crowd, it’s pretty much a guarantee we had moments where we weren’t the ‘perfect’ child our mothers taught us to be. Like no one else in our lives, our mothers (or motherly figures that became family members to us) stuck by us. They taught us right from wrong, helped guide us to be successful and our personal version of happy. Mothers have a tough job and they don’t always receive the thanks they deserve, so let’s all take a moment to focus on how much they have shaped and brightened our lives.
Messy and clutter are just two words that describe the kinds of things our dear mothers have had to put up with. They were there when we were young to clean up our literal destruction that we made with food, toys and writing on walls (wasn’t that one of everyone’s favorite pastimes as a child?). As we got older, they were there to inspire us to find the jobs that best fit our unique characters and skill sets. Who knows us better than those who have raised us and watched us grow from the very beginning?
Fighting to be Right
Arguments are something every family goes through and while sometimes it may have seemed like you’d taken it too far and that your mother was never going to be able to look at you the same, she always found a way to do so. Unconditional love from a mother is like no other love in the world. Many of you are probably on the other sides of your screens nodding your heads in agreement and visualizing frustrated words and stormy walkouts and then the reunion that always went better as planned. Mother knows best and she wasn’t going to give up on you that easy now was she? She knows your heart and always has. Others may come and go from our lives but she is a sturdy centerpiece that never seems to walk away, whether we feel we deserve it or not.
Giving Her All
Most people go out of their way to do something nice for their mothers around Mothers’ Day, but those special ladies in our life should be celebrated 365 days a year. There aren’t many people out there who are going to be there every time we fall, forgive us no matter what we do and look after us when we feel we have nowhere to turn. Today, take a moment to call your mother, write her a letter (not an email or text – be more personal than that – She’ll appreciate the extra effort!), or stop by unexpectedly and give her a hug and spare moments from your busy life. We only have one mother (if you have more than one mother figure in your life then you’re a lucky soul!) and one life to live – make sure to make her an important part of your life because you have always been a focal point in hers.