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When you are young, you Donam want to be like your mother. But when you grow up you look back and traluze that she taufhr you the best values for being an adult.. I proud of how my mother raised me and have a lot of gratitude for how shemade me responsible and level headed. She was more than my mother. She was also my best friend and I miss her terribly.
I'm more than happy to be told I'm like my mother.
It was good to hear my mother's "Lord help" coming out of my daughter's mouth! I hope grand daughter will carry it on when she has kids.
Frankly.This saying can be a true blessing or a real curse, depending on what is coming out of your mouth . Like your mother.Thank God I had a mom that taught me to keep my words kind and sweet
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Love, love, love your "when I open my mouth my Mother" quote; can so relate!!!!!
There Is no woman I would rather be like.. Hope she is proud. Elaine/ Mom you still make a difference in our family. We all miss you. Say hi to Dad..
I am delighted that so many of you had wonderful mothers. Unfortunately, some of us did not. Our mother was mentally ill and it made for a dysfunctional family. There were some good times and I am grateful for those.
My mother was a very big part of how I turned out. I love her endlessly. To be honest, my mother was to soft, for I was a extreme hell raising child. My daddy was the strong, firm leader in my life. He didn't tolerate any form of disrespect especially to mama and elders. So when I open my mouth sometimes time daddy comes out. I am also proud of that. Because they both made me who I am today.
WHAT A BEAUTIFUL THING TO HAVE HAD A MOTHER AS BEAUTIFUL MINES AN I MISS AN LOVE MY MOM DEARLY
I recognize myself and can so relate!! To me it brings back so many awesome memories. I love both my parents!!
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