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Mums are…

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The womb that nurtures
the arms that cradle
the hands that hold
the eyes that watch over.

 

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 The ears that listen
the voice that soothes
the rock that shelters
the feet that lead.

 

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  The Nurse, the teacher,
the chauffeur, the cook,
night-watchman, forgiver,
encourager, protector.

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All in the name of,
one feeling
one emotion
one Word.

 

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 Happy Mothers day. (11th March)  If you’re a mum enjoy it, if you have a mum, make her feel special,  and if you have sadly lost your mum, know that you’re not alone.

 

Love Alison x

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12 thoughts on “Mums are…

  1. Our Mother’s Day here in the U.S. is in May, so something to look forward to. My husband and I have both lost our mothers, though, so each day offers moments to remember. We have two wonderful children (26 & 22), so we feel truly blessed on Mother’s Day and Father’s Day.
    Lovely post, Alison, and wishing you a wonderful Mother’s Day.
    ~Lauren

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  2. Very nice post Alison. Here in Quebec Mother’s day is in May as well and I always look forward to receive my macaroni necklace or card! Take care dear friend and soon to be grandmother. Hi, hi… Lucky you!

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  3. Thank you domonique, my children made a real fuss of me yesterday and its lovely after years of being a single mum to have them show their love for me. Im enjoying having grown up children who will soon start having children of their own.

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  4. Lovely pics and thoughts put with passion. There is no other feeling in this world, not any avocation or challenge like being a mother. If you are a single mom, it is responsibility that can rob you of sleep due to worry and also fatigue. I was one for many years and as my children have now grown with children of their own, they have often told me they now understand and deeply appreciate all I was and am to them. There is no other feeling like hearing those words and knowing I did it well…not perfectly but as well as I could.

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    1. I was mostly on my own for 18 years and it is now that my four are really seeing what i did and are showing their love for it. Im sure with a first grandchild on the way that they will gain even more insight. It was a lonely road and i made a lot of mistakes but the one thing i got right was showing them love.

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