Watch me do it without violence. She is by far one of the biggest pains and one of the biggest blessings in my life. I could talk to you about anything, and our close-knit bond is something I will treasure forever. Oh, and thanks for cheering for me and showing up to watch me.
You never hesitate to remind me where I came from and sometimes, I need that reality check. Thank you for working so hard to put food on the table for every meal, every day -- even when it was met with complaints or our downright refusal to eat it.
I am forever grateful to have watched you by example stay true to your course, not give up on your dreams, and go out there and make life happen. I love you, Mom. Thank you for being my best friend. Sticking with it taught me to be a good sport, to follow through, and to persevere.
And thank you for instilling in us respect for and allegiance to one another.
Thank you for always being the one that I can call, even now, and even when you were on the other side of the world visiting New Zealand. Thank you for somehow hanging onto the belief that parenting is a journey and a process, not a test we pass or fail. Watch me do it without leaving a mark or at least not the kind that one could see.
But most of all mom, you have taught me to love, and for that, I love you the most. You have been there with me through every high and low, and I am so thankful for you. Thank you for being a wonderful role model. You really are my biggest supporter in my life, and it means the world to me.
I explain to them that, being a concerned mother, if things get really bad out there, you will get in touch. And thanks for giving up whatever it was you would have liked to do with that precious free time, in favor of making sure your kids had clean clothes to wear the next day.
Thank you for setting a wonderful example for me to follow throughout the years, and I am forever grateful for you. Thank you for sitting next to me when I was sick, when I had surgeries, and even when I delivered your grandbaby Hannah.
Thank you for the updates.
Mom, you taught me ambition, strength and perseverance. I see it now, mom, I see it now. I was much younger then and given an opportunity to apologize earlier, I should have done just that. Thank you for modeling how to be respectful, kind to others and patient with old people.
So from the bottom of my heart, mommy, thank you. And I am one hundred percent sure you have never been the subject of my blog. Thank you for holding me while I cried and promising me that tomorrow would be a better day. Mom, thanks for driving me all over the town and state to friends, tryouts, activities, performances, games, concerts, auditions and practices.
Thank you for not letting me quit the team when I wanted to.
Thank you for loving me when I was unlovable. Thank you for introducing me to God, for praying with me and for me, and for helping me to recognize that still, small voice inside me that has so much power.
It will help me learn and have good character. Out of all the moms in the world, how did I get the best one? Thanks for teaching me to do those things for myself; and for teaching me to tie my shoes, get dressed on my own and use a real cup with no cover! You really have a knack for putting things into perspective.
Thank you for not giving up on me, especially during those preteen years. Because of your example, I understand the importance of service.
Again, I thank you for watching out for me at every stage of my life. Even though you never raised me as one of your own.
Keep loving, keep giving, keep moving.Most importantly, thank you for showing me right from wrong, for encouraging me in my walk of faith, and for teaching me the value of respect not only for others, but for myself as well. Thank you for teaching me the importance of hard work, and the essence of the American Dream.
Finally, thank you for giving birth to me and calling me daughter, even though you never really loved me like one. Even though you never raised me as one of your own. Even until now. A Thank You Note to Moms. I was sitting and imagining what it would be like to receive a thank you from my kids.
We don’t become Moms for recognition or acknowledgement, we do it for the relationships we build with our children. Dear Mom, It has been way too long since I have taken time to sit down to write you a letter.
I'm actually not sure I have ever written you a letter. A Thank You Letter To My Mom. By Hayden Means • May 8, at am. Dear Mom, In honor of Mother's Day coming up, I wanted to write you a thank you letter to remind you of how truly special you are to me.
Thank you for everything, and Happy Mother's Day, Mom!. Whether she carried you inside of her for nine months or is a non-blood related woman who has loved you like her own, most people can identify a person who they can be thankful for on this holiday.
So, Mom, this one is for you: Thank You For Your Unconditional Love And Friendship.
You are my best friend and you always have been.Download