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Each member of the family including all 9 grandkids contributed something to this book pictures, letters, poems, drawings, etc.
Below is my contribution. As I reflect on my latest adventure of creating WiRL, I am grateful yet again to my Mom for her unyielding support and love… this one is for you Mama… Dear Mom, I feel incredibly grateful to have you as my Mom. When I think of you so many different memories come to mind—memories that will live in my head and heart for a lifetime.
You have shown me complete acceptance, love, and understanding. All those years that I lived far away I never felt far from you because I knew you were there rooting for me and loving me from a distance.
If I needed you, you always made time for me. You have no idea how comforting that has been in my life. You taught me how to love unconditionally and have an open heart.
As a kid, I remember snuggling up to you on the coach and how much I loved to be cuddled by you.
You went back to school when I was little and you worked so hard to get your degree. Then once you graduated I saw you put your very best into every job you had. You worked even harder to be a great Mom, wife, sister, daughter, Grandma, and friend.
You taught me to give my very best at everything I do. I think you may have also inadvertently taught me how to be a coach J! Throughout my life you recognized what I needed.
You saw early on that I had a strong mind of my own and a longing for adventure. I appreciate the things you let me do…like riding horses all day long, skiing with me, allowing me the independence to pal around the neighborhood with all the girls—playing sports, traveling to Paris and paying for it!
You saw who I was, and respected me enough to let me live my own life. You taught me how to be strong and independent. You lived this in the way that you turned out to be an amazing human being despite a very difficult upbringing.
You lived this in the way that you have stayed committed through the ups and down of your marriage and set an amazing example for the rest of us. You lived this in the way that you encouraged me every single time I wanted to follow a new dream. You believed in me…You taught me how to dream.
Thank you for showing me what love, commitment and family is all about. Thank you for being so wonderful to my husband and kids. Thank you for loving my kids as much as I do and always being there for them…this is truly one of the BEST gifts you have given me.
I love you Mom. To learn more, visit www.Nov 24, · Author’s note: Here are three of my poems. The first is about the preciousness and grace of mother’s love.
To live with you present in the depths of my soul. Thank you dear mother, my one and my all.
Mother, I thank you Thank you for writing and submitting your poetry to this forum. Reply. Paul Herman says: . A letter of gratitude to my Mom Posted on May 9, by Mitch Shepard This is a letter I wrote to my Mom several years ago when my sisters and I put together a .
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1 views. Letter Of Support. 3 views. So, Mom, this one is for you: Thank You For Your Unconditional Love And Friendship.
You are my best friend and you always have been. Most importantly, thank you for showing me right from wrong, for encouraging me in my walk of faith, and for teaching me the value of respect not only for others, but for myself as well.
Thank you for teaching me the importance of hard work, and the essence of the American Dream. Dear Mom; I know it isn’t, much but I’ve decided to write you a little letter to tell you everything you mean to me.
I was looking for cards for you the other day, something that you would like, and that could get my point across but wasn’t to mushy.