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Don't forget to tell your mothers "Happy Mothers Day!"

Hug them and tell them that you love and appreciate them because there will come a day that you won't be able to do so!

Every day I wish that I could pick up the phone and tell my mom that I love and appreciate her!

Don't EVER take your parental figures for granted!

Peace to all!

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Don't forget to tell your mothers "Happy Mothers Day!"

Hug them and tell them that you love and appreciate them because there will come a day that you won't be able to do so!

Every day I wish that I could pick up the phone and tell my mom that I love and appreciate her!

Don't EVER take your parental figures for granted!

Peace to all!

I second that Kev, this is a very difficult day for me, but the memories of the love I had/have for her carries me thru from day to day.

Respect and love to all the Mothers out there, enjoy this day and everyday!

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I second that Kev, this is a very difficult day for me, but the memories of the love I had/have for her carries me thru from day to day.

Respect and love to all the Mothers out there, enjoy this day and everyday!

I look at my family and I see my Mom and Dad's legacy.

That and my memories of them are what sustains me on a daily basis.

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I second that Kev, this is a very difficult day for me, but the memories of the love I had/have for her carries me thru from day to day.

Respect and love to all the Mothers out there, enjoy this day and everyday!

I look at my family and I see my Mom and Dad's legacy.

That and my memories of them are what sustains me on a daily basis.

Few things are as powerful as a sons deep love for his Mother. While we know it and appreciate it while they're with us.....once they're gone you realize just how selfless and unconditional their love for us really was.

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I expect your mother was a fine lady, did...

Yes she was.

My dad died when I was 7 years old and she picked up the baton and pressed on to raise me and all my brothers.

She worked two minimum wage jobs in the '70's and '80's in order to make ends meet. Never once complained about it.

Special woman to me!

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Few things are as powerful as a sons deep love for his Mother. While we know it and appreciate it while they're with us.....once they're gone you realize just how selfless and unconditional their love for us really was.

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