She lived only to love her kids and grandkids. She never talked ill of anyone (except the arrogant) because they sinned or were different. Nobody is perfect but she was a perfect mother.
I don’t care if this is a Trifextra winner or not; it’s just an excuse to write a “Mother’s Day card” to my late mom, who would have been 97 on Friday. She loved my dad too (though it wasn’t a real passionate love), but he just doesn’t fit into a 33 word story (and the kids always came first). Before the Alzheimer’s (the same shit that took her mom and her two sisters) fully took hold of her brain, I told her that I had the sweetest mother and the sweetest daughter in the world, and I think she understood. Happy Mom’s Day to all kids and all mothers.