Tuesday, May 5, 2015

A Mother's Love

As Mother's Day approaches, I am thinking of my mother more than usual.

My mother was born in 1908.


She graduated from high school in 1926.

I was born in 1948.


 My mother died in 1999 at the age of 91.



After her death, when going through her things, I found this:

She had kept this for over 50 years.

That is a mother's love.

That lock of hair kept for over 50 years symbolized and reminded me of all of the loving things my mother did for me and the sacrifices she made as I grew.

So I have kept it, too, as a reminder of my mother and a mother's love.


Happy Mother's Day
to all of you loving mothers and those who came before you.
Your sons and daughters
appreciate you.

Now call your Mom!



See you Friday

for my review of the new movie 
"Ex Machina"
The Week in Reviews
(What to See or Read and What to Avoid)

and the latest on

"My 1001 Movies I Must See Before
 I Die Project."


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