I would do just about anything you'd ask, For you there's nothing I wouldn't do, there's no such task. I would walk without my shoes to the end of the Earth, I would give up anything I had to, to teach you self worth. I would hold your hand every minute of every day, But I won't because I know you need to find your own way. I would surely bear the heartache of your first love that's real, Even though I can't, I will naturally feel as you feel. I would sell my soul if it would keep you happy forever, I would give my right arm to keep us forever together. I would run a hundred miles up-hill in the rain, Just to guarantee that you will never feel pain. I would laugh with you even if I was sad, I will give you a smile even if I'm mad. I can only accept your mistakes with a grin on my face, I will guide you in correcting them, but at your own pace. I will guide you through life, as this world can get quite wild, Just don't you ever forget that you will always be my child.
I LOVE YOU MOM! No matter what we go through no matter how much we argue because i know, at the end she will always there for me.
I learned about love from you, Watching your caring ways. I learned about joy from you In fun-filled yesterdays. From you I learned forgiving Of faults both big and small. I learned what I know about living From you, as you gave life your all. The example you set is still with me I'd never want any other. I'm thankful for all that you taught me, And I'm blessed to call you "Mother." By Joanna Fuchs
You brought me my first toy, My first bike and baseball glove. You filled my heart with joy, And you filled my life with love. You taught me how to count, And how to say my ABC's, How to say "You're Welcome," "Thank You," and "Pretty Please." You taught me "Our Father," And "Hail Mary, Full of Grace," And how to greet a neighbor, With a smile and embrace. You taught me that all things, Come from Jesus up above. But most of all, sweet Mother, You taught me how to love. You taught me that all leprechauns, Possessed a pot of gold. And that they had these unicorns, Back in the days of old. You taught me that a fantasy, Could end up with a scream. You taught me not to give up, Not to give up on a dream. You taught me words of wisdom, And tended to my every need. You gave me all the tools, That a man needs to succeed. You filled my world with laughter, And you brightened up my world. And these are the reasons why, You're my best and favorite girl.
Sluggish and tired she awakens from her sleep To go in check in on her babies she's careful and she creeps Through the open door, she sees them all snuggled close She goes into the room to cover up their little toes In the morning the noise is loud and the grits are getting cold She calls them to the table what a sight to behold The clothes she ironed carefully are dishelved and kind of loose She tells them get themselves together fix their clothes and tie their shoes In the afternoon when they're gone she still can't get any rest Because she has to go to work with her littlest baby on her chest When she gets home after scrubbing dishes, windows and floors She takes the little money she has and sends them to the stores They forget the bacon and onions and the greens don't taste good And it's too late at night to send them back out in that neighborhood So in despair she weeps with her hands up to her eyes And in comes her husband with pizza and it takes her by surprise After their nice hot bath and tucks them in for the night And finally lays down and turns off her kerosene light And in her dreams she holds her children and to her they snuggle This is just one day in the life of a mother's endless struggle
For all the loving things you are and caring things you do, we’re sending this special wish multiplied by two! Have a beautiful day.
Wish i could be with you on mother’s day. I want you to know and i’m thinking of you and wishing you a very Happy Mother’s Day.
A mother is not a person to learn on, but a person to make leaning unnecessary .
Word’s are never enough to thank you for all that you do…. Happy Mother’s Day.
No matter how many times we argue, how many times I don’t understand you and how many times I get scolded by you, i still think that you are the best and will always be the greatest mom in the world.
Dear mom, be always health and sweet, good joyful and unique, forever cherished and loved forever!
Mom, you're a wonderful mother, So gentle, yet so strong. The many ways you show you care Always make me feel I belong. You're patient when I'm foolish; You give guidance when I ask; It seems you can do most anything; You're the master of every task. You're a dependable source of comfort; You're my cushion when I fall. You help in times of trouble; You support me whenever I call. I love you more than you know; You have my total respect. If I had my choice of mothers, You'd be the one I'd select! By Joanna Fuchs