Spend time with your Parents, treat them well. Because one day when you look up from your phone, they won’t be there anymore.

Spend time with your Parents, treat them well. Because one day when you look up from your phone, they won’t be there anymore. ❤




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Single Parents don’t have it easy. They find a way to make it work, even when they don’t know how. It’s the Love for their child that pushes them through, Every Single Time. ❤

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Single Mothers try hard, love hard, cry hard, and often are so busy taking care of everyone else, that they forget to take care of themselves. ❤

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I am not perfect. I make mistakes sometimes. I laugh when I’m not supposed to. I have scars left by people who did me wrong. I’m a little crazy, and probably won’t change. But Love me or not, I make one promise; that if I love you, I do it with a full heart. ❤

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Forgive people in your life, even those who are not sorry for their actions. Holding on to anger only hurts you, not them. ❤




My Mother was far from perfect, she didn’t go to the best school, dress in fine clothes, or have a lot of money. But when I look back, she had riches that money can’t buy; A Big Heart that knew only one thing, the love for her children.

~Helene Lerner ❤

When My Children remember their childhood, I want only for them to remember that their Mother gave it her all. She worried too much, she failed at times and she did not always get it right… but she tried her hardest to teach them about kindness, love, compassion and honesty. Even if she had to learn it from her own mistakes she loved them enough to keep going, even when life knocked her down. I want them to remember me as the Woman who always got back up. ❤

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Hey Dad, You were there for me from the day I was born, always having my best interests in mind. You are one of the most important people in my life and I love you with my whole heart. ❤

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To Be Happy We Must: Let Go of what’s gone. Be Grateful for what remains. Look Forward to what’s coming next. ❤




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Thank You to those who hurt me, you made me a Stronger Person. Thank You to those who cared, you made me Feel Important. Thank You to those who worried, you let me know that You Care. Thank You to those who left me, you showed me not everything lasts forever. Thank You to those who Stayed, you showed me the meaning of Loyalty. Thank You to all who have entered my life, you Helped me become the person I am today. ❤

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I still need my MOM It doesn’t matter how old I am. She has made me laugh, dried my tears and sometimes driven me crazy. Through it all, she has always been my friend. ❤

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No matter how old you get, sometimes you still just need a HUG from MOM to make everything better. ❤

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Be Grateful for every second of every day that you get to spend with the people you love. Life is so very precious. ❤

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I cannot promise my children I will be here the rest of their lives, but I can promise that I will Love Them for all the rest of mine, and For All Time. ❤

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Grudges are a waste of Perfect Happiness. Laugh when you can. Apologize when you should, and Let Go of what you can’t change. ❤

Never complain about the things your parents could not give you… It was probably all they had. ❤

You are Loved ❤



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