Happy Mother's day to all the women in the world.
Whether your children are 2 or 4 legged.. (haha)
(image is from google images 1800flowers)
This post will not be long because I haven't slept and I wanna go back to bed.
I made a few cards for my ma and my auntie and they were just little note card size,
Nothing big, just to say thank you. Thank you for always being there for me and Brook when we needed them most,
It really does take a village to raise a child. When I came up I was raised by my mom, but she had help from my aunt and my grandma. My mama got us up and ready for school every day, my grandma made us bag lunches and dinner and made sure we started our homework as soon as we got home, until she passed away in 1990. My auntie looked after us while we were in school and saw that we got home from school safely each day. During the summer when my mom was working and my aunt was off, because she was a teacher, she took us out. We went to the museums, zoos, beaches, malls, lunches and movies. We didn't miss anything growing up. Oh wait.. I didn't learn to ride a bike, but I fell twice and I had a bigger desire to stay safe and scarless than ride a bike. ::laughs loudly:: My family has always been a bunch of women I have always been able to count on as a child and as an adult with child of my own. I could never express how much they mean to me, what I can do.. is ALWAYS do right by them, keep them as safe as I can and as worry-free as possible.
Have a great Day and Thank you for stopping by..
Again as aslways I appreciate YOU and YOUR TIME..
Don't forget to stop by ..