Mother’s Day

 

I love my Mother, even though she is a bit of a nutcase. I am fortunate to have a good relationship with my Mother, and that she is alive and in good health. She raised us by herself, and I suppose I took for granted growing up how hard it must have been to try and raise two boys filled with testosterone. However, even if my relationship with her was terrible, I’d still pay tribute to her on Mother’s Day, solely for the fact she rented her womb to me for nine months free of charge…

One Response to “Mother’s Day”

  1. I love my son, even though he’s the source of my frustration. I am fortunate to have Alex as my son because he is the sharpest, funniest and sweetest person I have ever known. Since he was a baby I had a feeling this great soul would achieve great things and change the world. IBut he’s ahead of his time. Alex makes me proud to be his mom.

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