[QUOTE=Zathros;2220111]I have a very close relationship with my mother. She raised 8 of us after my father died, working 16 hour days for 20 years I still don’t know how she did it. We always had more than enough food. Were well dressed and raised to respect God and country. She required us to master English and Spanish. Anyone who spoke to her would not instantly recognize her intelligence, as Spansih being her native tongue, she shines in her mother language.
My mom in sick in the hospital, she is 86. She has a hematoma in her esophagus and with the grace of God we hope she well be fine.
So I dedicate this thread to my Mom, to all Mom’s, young and old, from sons and daughters, young and old, that appreciation for all they have endured and given could reflected upon and contemplated. Time keeps passing by, can’t stop it, so, maybe sometimes, it can be too late. If your reading this and have not told you Mom you love her, do, there is no time like the present.[/QUOTE]
I know what you mean Zathros. My Mom was very sick for many years. She pass away March 2008. There is not a day that go by that I don’t think of her. So for all of you that still have your Moms, enjoy them love them. Cause when she is gone she gone for ever.
Peace and Blessing to all
I also pray that your Mom will come home soon