Sunday, May 8, 2011

Mother's Day!

First off,  

My mom and I on the Ring of Fire together!
A mom is obviously a very important person in every human being's life. Whether you know your real one or not, have an adoptive mother, a woman you're so close with you consider her to be your mother-figure, anything.. there's always something. My mom and I have had our share of ups and downs between our parent-child relationship, but who hasn't? We're closer than most families I've been around, and that is something I am extremely proud of. We can be real with each other, even when it's not something either of us want to hear. We can make each other laugh when we're sad, and cry even more when it's needed. We fight and yell, but love so much more. People never believe that she's my mom, mostly because she's only fifteen years older than me; but I think that's where most of this comes from. She's understanding because it hasn't been that long since she went through some of these things. She's compassionate for the same reasons too. But on the same hand, as I'm sure you could have guessed by now, that's why we get frustrated with each other. Regardless, she is my best friend and has always been there for me, even when we're not physically together. I love you, momma! Thank you for teaching me that kindness is better than anger. Your family is who you make them. No matter what, the truth will always come out in the end, even if it ends up taking a little while. There's so much I could say about you mom, and all that you've done for me over these last nineteen years, but I'd take too much time. So I'll stick with this - thank you for being the best mom in the world, to all of your ladybugs. You've always been there for us, and I know all of us appreciate that and love you dearly for it. Happy Mother's Day Mommy Ladybug, I love you! <3


  1. Bless,
    this is the sweetest thing ever, mothers day is in March in the UK
    Lovely blog.
    Follow/comment and I'll follow back?

  2. Thank you very much! That's cool that it's in another month in the UK, I guess I don't always consider that! Thanks for the fun fact though :)