Mom's really almost know everything they need to about their children. They listen to conversations (some of the best come when you're driving them around-especially with friends), pay attention to your whereabouts, and they READ. For me in junior high, it was amazingly cool to wear Jordache jeans with spectacular stitching on the pockets and those pockets provided a place for my notes from friends to live. But they had to be washed. How many of you have family members that actually clean out their pockets prior to giving you the wash? Oh, the many times I sent my notes to the laundry room. I was handing my mom a gift into my private, personal life as a 7th grader. Many conversations came out of the wash. Many smart pieces of advice came (it may have been with or without a consequence of grounding). The one piece of advice I have carried with me since that day...
Never put anything in writing that you do not want someone else to read.
Oh boy, is this helpful today! With copy/paste, Tweet/ReTweet, forward, and share...we're doomed if we put a regrettable statement in writing. I received many pieces of great advice (and still do) from my mother but this was has stayed with me to pass on to my children today. What wonderful gifts have you received from your mom?
Here's a sweet video that celebrates moms. There are many forms of motherhood...you know how you fit into this role. Thank you. Happy Mother's Day!
Keep It Simple...and relax today! ♥D