|Main : Love : Mothers-ChildrenSixteenth Birthday Letter (by: Author Unknown)|
Sixteen years ago you came into my life and changed it so totally that I cannot image it without you. You fill my days with every emotion from pleasure and pride to anger and impatience.
Somebody (by: Lalida)
This teenager lived alone with his mother, and the two of them had a very special relationship. Even though the son was always on the bench, his mother was always in the stands cheering.
Steeped with Meaning (by: Author Unknown)
My mom and I sat in the small college cafe with out large mugs of something that smelled like lemon and tasted like home. We were catching up on the past four months of our lives and the hours just weren't long enough.
The Day I Finally Cried (by: Meg Hill)
I didn't cry when I learned I was the parent of a mentally handicapped child. I just sat still and didn't say anything while my husband and I were informed that two-year-old Kristi was - as we suspected - retarded.
Time Is Now, The (by: Author Unknown)
If you are ever going to love me
Love me now while I can know
The sweet and tender feelings
Which from true affection flow
Touch (by: Author Unknown)
Yesterday I paused outside the deli in my office building to let pass a rather harried looking mother pushing a stroller loaded with a variety of shoulder bags and a small little girl.
Tug-O-War (by: Author Unknown)
A family of three moved to the coast and bought a house on the beach. The only child of this family, really enjoyed snorkeling, so he went out with his friends shortly after the family moved in.
Which Love Best? (by: Joy Allison)
"I love you, Mother," said little John;
Then, forgetting his work, his cap went on,
And he was off to the garden swing,
And left her the water and wood to bring.
Will You be a Memorable Mother? (by: Mary Emma Allen)
Will you be a mother who's remembered fondly byyour children when they're grown? Will you be a motherwho affects their lives in ways they'll recall with loveand laughter?
Wonderful Little Girl (by: Author Unknown)
There came a frantic knock at the doctor's office door,
A knock, more urgent than he had ever heard before,
"Come in, Come in," the impatient doctor said,
"Come in, Come in, before you wake the dead."
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