I Respect My Mother

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    She Told Me The Truith

    We were not so very close, so it's difficlut to say that I really love her. I can understand she was very sick, but she never held me in her arms, r never told me I was doing well at school, even when I had 18/20 of average. But I respect her because she was a good person, with...
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    26-30
    1 Response Jun 2, 2012

    Though I Don't Remember Her At All

    My dear mama, may she rest in peace, went to heaven when i was only sixteen months old, and although i remember being in diapers and being in my crib and not knowing how to talk yet before i was two, i was too young when mama left to have any memories of her. But i always and...
    eleanorssong eleanorssong
    56-60, F
    1 Response Jul 17, 2012

    As Sacred As God Himself-"Your mother is God to

    you. She carried and nourished you within her body for 10 months. No one. Not I,siblings,or spouse can ever do the same for you. She is the ONLY one who will give her life for yours' UNHESITATINGLY in a way that not even I your father can match. There is one person you should...
    ShahirAnkara ShahirAnkara
    26-30, M
    Apr 8, 2015

    I Alway Try To Be No Matter What

    My mom is a pre-school teacher so she deals with a lot during the day so I try not to talk back even if she tells me I'm getting a bare bottom spanking I just do it on my midterm report with all my grades so far wasn't good I had a 72 in a class I wanted to be honset to her so I...
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    26-30
    Sep 1, 2012

    Lunch At Miss Tami's Tea House

    I don't have a bucket list for myself yet, but I have things I want to do for my mother in her last times. Today it happened. Mom and I had a dainty lunch of all things fancy at Tami's Tea House. The tea house is rather gaggy, very frou frou like my little mom. No grown man...
    Kathieredart Kathieredart
    56-60, F
    10 Responses Jul 17, 2013

    Battle Worn Survivor

    My mom had to be the most courageous woman I know. I remember as a small child her being a Martha Stewart type with virtually nothing. She was married to an abusive, vicious, controlling alcoholic who made her life a living hell. She had no money only the pennies left over from...
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    26-30
    1 Response Jul 20, 2012
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