No, I am not Canadian and after reading the rest of this post or any other post on here, I make that very clear. Not that there is anything wrong with being Canadian, but being a Texas girl, there is no way around the fact that pretending to be a Canadian is anything but possible. Ha!
Okay, so I have seriously thought of a few different types of post to post today on Mother's Day. However, I can't seem to get away or find enough time to let my mind think them through fully.
I thought about writing a letter to my mom, as my post.
I thought about writing about Mother's Day, being a mom. (any excuse to post pictures of my kiddos, eh?)
I thought about posting a cute little email I received talking about what it means to be a mother.
I thought about writing a letter to all of YOU mother's I have come to know via the blog world.
I just can't seem to get all my thoughts organized enough for any aforementioned.
I could sit here and tell you what an amazing mother, my mom is.
I could tell you how she is one of the strongest people I know.
I could tell you how she cracks me up that she mispronounces just about every other word, but I still love her dearly.
I could tell you how she is my best friend. She really is.
I could tell you how she is one of those moms, that all your friends want to come over to talk with or get advice from.
I can tell you how she is a women of many sacrifices.
I can tell you how she pretty much became a mom the year she dropped out of the 9th grade to help her own mother with her 7 siblings. Talk about sacrifice.
I could tell you how she has dedicated her life to my sister, brother and me. And continues to even to our own kids.
I could tell you how she is one amazing person......
But then again, didn't I just do that?
I love my mom with all my heart. I wish she lived closer by.
She is a rock, a flower, and a trophy.
Most of all SHE IS MY MOTHER!
Happy Mothers Day, Mom!