For Mother’s Day


12 things I’ve learned about mothers.

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12 things I’ve learned about mothers.

* Mother’s spit has cured scratches, bruises and fixed millions of projects.

* Mothers sleep with their eyes half-open (they never stop worrying).

* Mothers dispense vitamin pills daily for their offspring, even when they’ve grown into adults.

* Mothers are always the last to sit down at the dinner table.

* The best ingredient in a meal prepared by a mother is her heart.

* Mothers always warn, “Be careful or you’ll put your eye out.”

* Mothers know where you hide things.

* Mothers keep your school work and anything you made for them when you were a child.

* Mothers know if you have been naughty or nice, not Santa.

* Mothers usually accept less so their children can have more.

* Mothers may not agree with you, but they will always listen.

* No matter how old you are, mothers smile at you as you leave home, but weep after you have left.

Have I forgotten anything?

Happy Mothers Day!

Keep the Faith!