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Saturday, May 13, 2006
Mama! Mom! Mommy! Mother!


Normally this time of year I get depressed. I think about what I wish I could have and what I never get. I think about my dreams and my wishes. My goals being destroyed. My endless tears and hissy fits because I can't have what I want.

But somehow this year seems different. I haven't shed a tear. I haven't felt sorry for myself. I believe I have learned life isn't fair, and just because you want something so desperately that you can feel your heart crashing into pieces time and time again, life goes on.

Or maybe I have grown up a little. Or maybe I just feel secure now. Either way...

Happy Mothers Day to all the moms, soon-to-be moms and future moms...I hope you have a wonderful day!


link | posted by Mrs. TSB at 10:24 PM






3 Comments:
Blogger feydargonet had this to say:

I always so this about dads, but it is very true for moms as well. There is a difference between "mother" and "mom" a mom can be anyone who gives you strength and courage, who answers your questions, and lifts you up when you are feeling down. Some one who is always there, even if she doesn't know what to say or how to say. A "mother" is someone who gave birth to you. A mom doesn't even have to be blood related, she can be younger, a different race, different religion. So Happy "Moms" Day to all. Esp you hun.

11:13 AM 

Blogger Laura had this to say:

thank you - Same to you!!!!

12:13 PM 

Blogger debby had this to say:

thank you.. waiting for your secret... (not so patiently)

6:41 PM 

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I'm a SAHM to 3 girls. We became foster parents in May 2006 in hopes of adoption. We love our girls and could never picture ourselves without them. Although life is much busier, we couldn't be any happier. Here's our story...