Happy Moter Day

Sometimes life has a way of smacking you in the face and shoving you so far in the dirt you can taste the will get. When it does, all you can do is pull back, wash off the will get, and cry. happy mothers day gifts Cry a lot, because you have been hurt. Not only because of those who forced you in the will get, but because you let yourself go there. You let them hide you around.

It’s not until someone lets you talk about it, tell your story and make you feel as if they understand where it is you are coming from. It’s not unless you feel like you have been heard, that you can wash away all the pain. Or so you think! Maybe it’s a moment right after the conversation that you realize whats vital, is not what happened to you, but instead what is around you. Or who is around you.

To say I have had a bad week is putting it lightly, but who doesn’t have bad weeks? I was definitely having a “oh pity me” week. I will spare the details. It was in the final moments of my day I realized, I can test their boundaries, wash off the will get, and cry a little and then laugh! And here is why.

My son Joey, focused on me (like he does), hands me a white paper bag and tells me to open it. On the exterior of the white paper bag it says, Happy Parents Day. Inside the bad was a handmade card. Pink construction paper with blue construction paper scotch taped to it. On the blue paper was written, Happy Moter Day (spelling it exactly like he wrote it). I opened up the card and on the inside it said this (as he wrote it):

You’re the best mom

Ever your allways

Generous, loving, and

Kind.

You are so hard

Working and deserve more

Than the usual day off, I wish

I could have a job to

Helpout. Your so great!

By: Joey Meteger
Metzger

I have to tell you I broke out in complete laughter. I was joking hectically. I felt bad, but could not help myself. I know that sounds horrible. I could tell this became something he previously done very quickly and eleventh hour. I thought it was funny because it said ‘Moter”. Happy ‘Moter’ day… Then he signed it ‘by’: and wrote his last name, surpassed it out because it was spelled wrong and then wrote in the correct punctuation. Again, I could not stop joking. All I could say was “Happy Moter Day. inch

He pulled out his dimples and asked me “At least you’re joking mom, and I am glad to know that”. He gave me a massiv and went to bed. Man, kids can definitely put us in our place. Even when we know they are doing something out of guiltiness or worry, they have a way of setting us straight. They help us to remember, when the chaos of the world stamps our memory out. I will take a ‘Happy Moter Day’ card any day Joey Metzger. Thanks for reminding me about whats important and thank you for making me laugh. I love you!

Happy ‘Moter” day to everyone the moms out there and to all the children who remind them why they are so important, for reminding them to laugh when all they want to do is cry!
Luv, Luv,
Mom

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