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Giving Thanks for My Mom ***WINNER ANNOUNCED***

CONGRATS Bambi. I have messaged you!


Today I want to show appreciation for the woman who brought me into this world, my mom. And give you ANOTHER chance at a Kindle Fire!!!

My mom is one of the kindest people you will ever meet. She loves her family and will do anything to help them out.

She has always tried her best to be a good mother. To show support. And even when she had no idea what she was doing (she didn’t always speak English) she still knew she’d do anything for me and my sister. So thank you mom for all the years you sacrificed for us and for always being there when we need it.



So thank you mom, for being the provider for our family when it was necessary and for doing everything in your power to make sure me and my sister had the support we needed.

Today’s giveaway:

A Kindle Fire!!!


To enter:

Tell me what traits you love about your mom/grandmom/stepmom/or if none of those apply your dad.

All winners will be announced Sunday November, 29th so stay tuned and keep entering.

78 comments to “Giving Thanks for My Mom ***WINNER ANNOUNCED***”

  1. Kathy O
      · November 27th, 2015 at 7:41 am · Link

    For me, honest, loving, caring, showing me right and wrong. I lost her last year on Dec 3, I still miss her as she was not only my mom, but my friend and mentor. I hold on to everything she taught me and became the person I am today. Thank you for the chance.

    • Desta Houston
        · November 27th, 2015 at 10:18 am · Link

      My mom is gone to be with the Lord. But she was as wonderful and loving mother. She taught us to become loving mothers to our children by the way she brought us up into adulthood.

  2. Carmen
      · November 27th, 2015 at 7:46 am · Link

    I love my mom’s good heart and how she cares for everyone. She would take the food off her table and give you the next. She is generous and kind. She is not judgmental and will listen to you with and open heart and ear. And lend you her shoulder to cry on. Love her with all my heart

  3. Florence
      · November 27th, 2015 at 7:46 am · Link

    My mom is a fighter no matter what happens she is always pushing foreard and make sure we are right there with her….

  4. Sonya Bundschuh
      · November 27th, 2015 at 7:50 am · Link

    My mom did so much for me and my 3 sisters growing up. Things were hard because she was doing alot of it on her own.Even with one of my sisters having Down’s Syndrome, she still made sure we had a great Christmas and everything else we needed.https://millytaiden.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_good.gif

  5. Lori Johnson
      · November 27th, 2015 at 8:16 am · Link

    My mom has always been a fighter. From raising my sister’s and I as a single parent. To beating Colon cancer. She’s the bravest, strongest woman I know!

  6. Barbara Burdette
      · November 27th, 2015 at 8:34 am · Link

    My mom always taught me that showing kindness is the best quality that you can have. I still try to help others even if I need help myself. She taught me to respect people until they do something wrong. Also taught right from wrong. https://millytaiden.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_rose.gif

  7. Melissa Smith
      · November 27th, 2015 at 8:47 am · Link

    I love my mom more than words can ever express. She had always been there no matter what. She is there for everyone. All my friends call her mom and she had taken in other people’s kids many times. She had a huge heart that can someone blind her to the wrongdoings of others, but that’s what I’m there for. To protect her.

  8. Laney4
      · November 27th, 2015 at 8:53 am · Link

    I love my mother-in-law immensely. When my own mom died over 20 years ago now, my MIL stepped in to help me with anything and everything with my mom’s estate (so much cleaning up to do). She’s always treated me like her own daughter (and I hope I’ve treated her like my own mom).

  9. Tina M
      · November 27th, 2015 at 9:07 am · Link

    My mom is everything for me. She turns 80 on December 14 and this year is not her year. She’s been in and out of the hospital. But through it all she is the happiest loving person around.So that’s what her traits are that she’s given to all of us. To Love everyone no matter what they have done to you and always smile and be happy!!

  10. Heather Ray
      · November 27th, 2015 at 9:19 am · Link

    My mom is strong, has attitude, says what is on her mind and if you don’t like it tough. My great grandmother is the same way. She would never speak bad about a person.

  11. Sandy Scheer
      · November 27th, 2015 at 9:21 am · Link

    My Mom was always there for us. She didn’t always like what we did, but we always knew we had her unconditional Love.

  12. Amie Perez
      · November 27th, 2015 at 9:49 am · Link

    My mom is the backbone of our family. She never gives up on any one of us no matter our choices. She is forever there anytime one of us needs her and I’m not talking about just her 6 kids I’m talking about her 17 grands, and her 4 great granddaughters. So in saying she’s the backbone I’m saying shoulder to cry on, call in a pinch,she supported 6 kids and a husband working full time at a gas station while trying to go through nursing school making the dean’s list,having to drop out to get a second job kinda mom.So to me I guess she’s SUPERMOM!

  13. Terina
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:12 am · Link

    My mom was the main provider for the family most of my childhood. She always did what she had to, to make sure I was taken care of.

  14. Bettina
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:20 am · Link

    My mother has a great sense of humour she has kept throughout even difficult times. She has a wonderful sense of adventure and has been able to instill this in both my brother and myself. She is always there for us, even though we are separated by thousands of miles and even though we are both adults. She is now caring for both my stepfather and my grandmother who require looking after and I hope to move back home soon so that I can help her with it. I want to be there for her the same way she has been there for me always.

  15. Amber
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:20 am · Link

    My mom is my rock. We’re extremely close and I know she’ll always have my back. We’ve had some tough times but we pull through together. She also has an amazing sense of humor. We never fail to laugh together.

  16. Victoria
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:27 am · Link

    My mom is my roxk. The person I go to for my problems. She’s just awesome. She is always willing to give whatever she can whenever she can. And none of this is said due to a bribe of crocheted things she is giving to me this weekend

  17. Jule Kijek
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:32 am · Link

    Sadly, my Mom has been gone many years. She passed away in 1984. What I loved about her most ( and there were many things) was that she always took the time to listen to me. Sharing good news and bad, she always lent a supporting ear. I always felt I could tell her anything. Even today, over 30 years later, I remember sitting with my Mom and sharing news of the day. So Mom, I’d like to say: Thank you for all our long talks, I heard every word, for taking the time to really listen and hear what was going on in my mind and heart. I know someday I’ll see you again. Until then, I love you!

  18. Melvina
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:32 am · Link

    My mom is the strongest and most independent woman I know. She divorced my cheating dad when me and my three sisters were teenagers. We didn’t have name brand clothes that others had while we were growing up ….we had hand me downs and yard sale finds….but we appreciated everything we did have and knew that my mom did without so that we had what we needed….She bought truckloads of aqua net hairspray and cover girl makeup. I can’t imagine being a single mom and raising four teenage girls!!

  19. Colette Wills
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:36 am · Link

    My mom and I tell each other everything even when the other doesn’t want to hear it. I’m the only one she’ll listen to about her annoying habits.

  20. Darnell Hart
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:41 am · Link

    Mom can smile and light up a room. Her up wavering faith is your support her unconditional love no matter what is the foundation of our family. Her amazing baking well I am a curvy girl.

  21. bn100
      · November 27th, 2015 at 11:12 am · Link

    caring and supportive

  22. Karen Henderson
      · November 27th, 2015 at 11:14 am · Link

    My Mom is my hero she has dealt with my Dad a Vietnam vet for 48 years and for that I think she is a super woman. He can be hard to live with and deal with. I love her and hope she is around forever

  23. Angela Gilliland
      · November 27th, 2015 at 11:23 am · Link

    My mom taught me to laugh.. When things get out of control? Laugh… Because life can be hard but it’s only what we make of it. She also taught me how to cook and clean .. Everything I needed to take care of my family. She’s my best friend and also partner in crime lol

  24. Marie
      · November 27th, 2015 at 11:25 am · Link

    My Mom is my cheerleader in life. She’s seen my struggles and accomplishments. When I fail, she waits quietly until I ask for advice and she’s never judgmental. She’s my best friend and the glue that keeps our family strong.

  25. Sheri Secord
      · November 27th, 2015 at 11:40 am · Link

    My Mom is a very strong person. She raised 6 kids by herself. Has survived cancer 3 times and continues to keep going.

  26. Kris Pittman
      · November 27th, 2015 at 11:45 am · Link

    Moms are the best. My mom was always the type to do for others. I know that seems generic but my childhood was an endless stream of strangers being fed, loved and included on holidays (or any day she could find them). If my mom heard of anyone not having a place to go for holidays she made room at our house. They’d even get gifts. Lol. I remember her always asking us kids if we were OK with it, and it never felt abnormal so of course we were. She taught us what being kind and selfless was. She never had much but always made it enough to share. That is her legacy. She is gone now and still all of us kids keep the open door policy for holidays and such.

  27. Kimberley Molandes
      · November 27th, 2015 at 11:54 am · Link

    My Mom has always been a strong and independent women. She raised me mostly on her own. She showed me that I could achieve anything I want, but I would have to work for it and to always be myself. I try ever day to instill that in my daughters as well.

  28. Karin Anderson
      · November 27th, 2015 at 12:11 pm · Link

    My mom is the most open-minded person I know. She taught me about how to treat people and most importantly – how NOT to treat others.

  29. Celsey Seivert
      · November 27th, 2015 at 12:31 pm · Link

    My mom is amazing she is my back bone and best-friend! Anytime i have an issue she is the first person i call. No matter what choices i make in life she always supports me even if its not the right choice.

  30. Cheyenne Johnson
      · November 27th, 2015 at 12:42 pm · Link

    My mom has been my inspiration because she is the most tenacious, loving, honest, strong and independent woman I know. She doesn’t give up until she knows that nothing more can be done. She would do anything for her family. I love her so very much!

  31. Lisa Givens
      · November 27th, 2015 at 12:45 pm · Link

    My grandmother was the most supportive person in my life. She encouraged me to do things that no other person in my family did. Without her I would have not gone as far as I have in life. I dedicate my nursing cap to her.

  32. Carmen Pescod
      · November 27th, 2015 at 12:56 pm · Link

    My mum is just like me, she loves us to bits & will help out with anything. When the resesion hit us, my mum & dad was amazing, they don’t have a lot but wow the only reason why we got through it was because of them. I love my mum & dad with all my heart xxxx

  33. Jen
      · November 27th, 2015 at 1:23 pm · Link

    I was raised by my father, my mom flitted in and out of my life. My father sacrificed a lot to raise 4 daughters. This was a bit before you saw many single fathers.

    I learned what true love of family is from him. I watched him work hard, have no social life, and care for us. I learned that the job of a parent is to put their child first. I notice that a lot of people have not learned this lesson.

    I learned, probably too well, that shopping is a battle to be planned and executed. Every now and then, my upbringing shows. But, I would not trade it for the world!https://millytaiden.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_heart.gif

  34. Natasha Persaud
      · November 27th, 2015 at 1:31 pm · Link

    I was raised in a single parent home by my mom so I’m very much grateful for what she has done for me….I admire everything about her but most importantly I admire her strength and positivity because of all she went through just to support me

  35. Amanda steines
      · November 27th, 2015 at 1:43 pm · Link

    My mom is my best friend without her I don’t know where i would be shes been there for me through thick and thin plus that’s where I get my love of reading from her and I always share books lol

  36. Shamere L Jackson
      · November 27th, 2015 at 1:46 pm · Link

    My mom is deceased, but she was and still is my world. She was my best friend and I miss talking to her everyday. We would talk about everything. I remember when I was in school she would come home and I would want to tell her everything that happened that day. She would always say ” Shamere just give me 10 mins to get out of my work clothes and relax.” Lol. It has been 10 years but she taught me a lot, and I am thankful for the 22 years I had with her.

  37. Rachel B
      · November 27th, 2015 at 2:05 pm · Link

    my mom is awesome. She is. Sting and giving and never hesitates to hell out if needed. She has always been there for me and has instilled great values in me. I’m very lucky to have her in my life.

  38. Kim
      · November 27th, 2015 at 2:09 pm · Link

    My Mom has done the best that she could do throughout my life. It hasn’t always been easy and we haven’t always gotten along but she’s always been there. Even during the rough times I knew that my Mom loved me and she would always love me even when she wasn’t able to show it very well. I’ve truly learned the importance of showing my boys how much I love them each and every day from her.

  39. Pat Freely
      · November 27th, 2015 at 2:50 pm · Link

    My Mom was so many things. She supported us all. She raised us and taught us English by herself. She has been gone now for many years, but at 72 I still miss her.

  40. Sheila Christophersen
      · November 27th, 2015 at 2:59 pm · Link

    I want to thank my mother-in-law for always being there for me and my family. She welcomed me into the family whole-heartedly 32 years ago, and is still the best ‘mom’ a girl could have. She’s never judged, but always supported me. I love you mom.

  41. Aurora Paterson
      · November 27th, 2015 at 3:04 pm · Link

    My mom and her mom are extremely intelligent and it is fun to have intriguing and thought provoking conversations with them. My mom can be very calm and rarely overreacts and I find her very easy to talk to. My mom does have a better sense of humor than my grandmother although my grandmother does appreciate a lot of jokes. Loving to learn is something all of my siblings and I have inherited from my mom and she does her best to make sure we have what we need and in most cases what we want if it is reasonable.

  42. Diana Balow
      · November 27th, 2015 at 3:08 pm · Link

    My granny came from Mexico 55 years ago. She taught me that if you work hard and believe and never give up you can achieve anything.

  43. Leslie D
      · November 27th, 2015 at 3:32 pm · Link

    I love that my mom is so giving. She always is the first to offer to help even when she has so little. She always puts others before herself. She’s the best.

  44. JoAnn Paules
      · November 27th, 2015 at 3:33 pm · Link

    My mom made the frightening (but correct) decision to leave my biological father when I was 6 and my brothers were 5 and 2. She was 22 and had no job skills and no real support system. Times were tough but we survived.

    My mom doesn’t realize it but she taught me strength. She rarely ever received child support so I learned that if you want something, you have to be willing to work hard to earn it. No one will just hand you money for no reason. No one will hire you if you have no skills. No one will send you to Paris just because you want to go. Work hard, save your money, and eventually it will happen.

  45. miki
      · November 27th, 2015 at 4:26 pm · Link

    i didn’t realize until late how much my many mother was doing for me…yes she was strick but she was always there when i needed her and she helped me as much as she could while leaving me my independance. Now i’m amazed at her courage while she is recovering from a stroke and i’m so thankfum to still have her

  46. Darlene
      · November 27th, 2015 at 5:34 pm · Link

    I have learned a lot just from watching how my Mom does things. She puts lots of love in all of the things that she does for my dad and all 5 of us sisters. She has always been a strong woman and even now at 77 she still keeps going. I can only hope that I will be able to do all she does at the age she is now. Thanks for such a wonderful giveaway!!

  47. Sue Sattler
      · November 27th, 2015 at 7:28 pm · Link

    My mom passed away in 1999, but she was the best mom. She taught me how to be a strong woman and not let anyone take advantage of me or treat me bad. She use to tell me that as long as I could look myself in the mirror everyday and I was able to say “I am a good person and I’m proud of what I have accomplished” then I was on the right path.

  48. Paula
      · November 27th, 2015 at 8:14 pm · Link

    My mom comes from a long line of strong women. Her mother learned to drive at age 62 so she could go to morning mass without fail. My mom worked for a few years before opening a grocery store. She was always there to pick us up after school. When we were grown, she went back I o the workforce at 55. I am proud of my mom because she’s hardworking and dedicated to her family and her career. I know I can be a great Mom and employee and all around good person because she showed me that.

  49. jennifer beck
      · November 27th, 2015 at 8:18 pm · Link

    I lost my dad when I was little so mom was the one I remember most . she taught me to stand up for my self and if someone hits you better fight back and not let them walk all over you. speak your mind and don’t say anything you wouldn’t say to there face. I will say not ask me what I think unless you what the truth because I don’t lie. best mom ever I have never been in any bad trouble like jail but do get a lot of speeding tickets.https://millytaiden.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_yahoo.gif

  50. DebraG
      · November 27th, 2015 at 9:15 pm · Link

    My mom recently died and she ha dementia and took everything out on me. So I am going to remember her during the good times, when we went camping together with my kids. She also knitted several sweaters for us.

  51. Donna Wolz
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:23 pm · Link

    I have been so blessed to have Mom and best friend rolled in to one person. She has always been my biggest cheerleader. My confidant. My moral compass. She taught me to have a good work ethic. She is the reason I turned out to be a hard-working, morally upstanding woman.

  52. Phylis C.
      · November 27th, 2015 at 10:24 pm · Link

    My mom died this pass May. Her Birthday is Monday. My mom was my best friend. We would talk all night or she would just call to watch tv with me. I could tell my mom anything. She was a goofball that loved to see people smile. My mom was always the first to dance. I am strong because of her, she always pushed me when I wanted to give up. I miss my mommy.

  53. Martina L A
      · November 27th, 2015 at 11:23 pm · Link

    My Nana is the most special woman in my life, among a few other good women who took me under their wings over the years and showed me unconditional love. My Nana has a huge giving heart. She is thoughtful, kind, and gives the best hugs.

  54. Juliana
      · November 27th, 2015 at 11:26 pm · Link

    My mom has always been there for me. She has always tried to put me first in everything. I admire how she has overcome her past to get where she is today. She is my best friend and I will always love her.

  55. Tamika Mc
      · November 28th, 2015 at 12:14 am · Link

    My mom is my best friend and hero sacrificing herself even up to this day when I am a grown adult. Always putting her family first and there when you need her.

  56. Tanja Dancy
      · November 28th, 2015 at 12:15 am · Link

    I love that my Mom is so kind and giving and willing to help anyone whether she knows them or not.

  57. Patty
      · November 28th, 2015 at 12:25 am · Link

    I Love My Mom’s independence and strength and her wiLLingness to Listen without judgement or trying to force her opinions on me !

  58. Nancy Jones
      · November 28th, 2015 at 12:47 am · Link

    My mom has a great sense of humor that I love. She is always there for me.

  59. Lynette
      · November 28th, 2015 at 3:20 am · Link

    My mom was my rock through not not the tough times but the happy times too. Sadly, I lost her in 2011 ?. She was a kind, loving mother and just in general to everyone she met. I miss and love her every day.

  60. Yvonne Daniels
      · November 28th, 2015 at 9:25 am · Link

    I give thanks for my mother even througth she is no longer with us. She was very sweet and giving she would give anyone her last. She had to be strong she raised nine kids to adult. She also help raise her nieces and nephew and some of her grandchildren. God Bless and keep her in heaven.

  61. Athena reed
      · November 28th, 2015 at 10:30 am · Link

    My mom is like my other other half. Though as I have said before I have three much older sisters who are like moms to me, my mom an me have an extra special bond. Since I’m so much younger then my siblings an my mom an dad got divorced when I was 8 , we lived just the two of us until I was 19. We did we together. Since we were very poor an struggled to much we didn’t have a car, so we walked to the stores, when we wanted to go do something… All the time. We would sing lil diddys like I’m Henry the 8th I am, this is the song that never ends etc to help distract us as we went. For fun every two weeks we would walk about a mile an a half to the lil dollar theater in our town, on the way we would stop at the godfathers pizza order 1 order of garlic bread which came with two to spilt. Then we would go an watch a movie. When we did have a little money saved up we would split a med popcorn an soda combo, an maybe see an extra dollar movie. During the first few years we were very heartbroken cause my oldest brother had died just around the same time my parents got divorced (he was 18 when he died) so we morned together as well. Even now my mom an me are so very close. Though between my home an hers we have a little more money then we did back then we struggle with bills as the etc things, my mom who is on disability an retirement pay, insists on now taking my three to the movies once a month because she wants them to be able to enjoy that kind of fun just like she always was sure I was able to. During those first years of it being just us my mother who could only read very little was also putting herself back through an adult learning program an then went back to college at 40, now she has a bachelors in studio arts an several writing classes under her belt. She is a great woman, strong and loving!!!https://millytaiden.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cool.gif

  62. Julie Jacobson
      · November 28th, 2015 at 11:03 am · Link

    My Mom is also my friend. I can’t imagine my life without her. She helps me with my daughter. We spend a lot of time together. She is beautiful inside and out.

  63. Vanessa N.
      · November 28th, 2015 at 11:03 am · Link

    I love that she’s caring and will do anything for her kids.


  64. Tess Quarles
      · November 28th, 2015 at 11:54 am · Link

    I LOVE my Momma!! My family says I look, act, and sound JUST like her!! Lol!! I guess that’s good, cause she’s beautiful inside and out!! She’s loving, and strong, and lil crazy!! Lol!!

  65. Mellissa MonteforteJ
      · November 28th, 2015 at 1:18 pm · Link

    My mom was my best friend. I could count on her when all others would not be there. She was older when she had me and from Europe so her outlook was vastly different from mine, especially during my teens. She was the one who did everything she could for her kids and for mine and helped me no matter what. She got sick when I was 19 and a new mom and her last year’s my kids and I lived with her and my dad and helped care for her. She passed away October 5, 2008 when my youngest was just 3. I keep pictures around my place and often remind my kids of stories of her cause I never want her memory forgotten from them. I know my mom is still watching out for us and I just wish I had that one last chance to feel her hug and hear her voice. But I am thankful I had an amazing mom that I strive to achieve to be myself. Thank you for the opportunity and happy holidays to you and your family.

  66. Anne
      · November 28th, 2015 at 2:13 pm · Link

    I loved my grandmother for her unconditional love. We were her “angels” and trust me, no one else has ever called me an angel.

  67. Linda
      · November 28th, 2015 at 3:09 pm · Link

    Love my Mom <3 she´s my strenght and comfort, and her huggles help with everything
    Thanks for the giveaway & Happy Saturday!

  68. Bambi fogleman
      · November 28th, 2015 at 6:53 pm · Link

    My Nanny (grandma) she had a warm giving heart but was the most fierce protector of all her babies

    • Milly Taiden
        · November 30th, 2015 at 4:38 pm · Link

      Congrats Bambi! you won this giveaway!

  69. Amanda
      · November 28th, 2015 at 7:39 pm · Link

    My mom is an amazing woman and has given up so much in her lifetime for my brother and I. Mom stopped working the week before I was born and has not worked outside of the house since then. Mom is the strength of our family and is always there when we need help. My life would be completely different if it were not for her. I love her with all of my heart and thank God for putting me into her womb.

  70. Jeannette Weber
      · November 28th, 2015 at 7:42 pm · Link

    My mom was my lifeline. I lived with her up until the day she died. I know that’s bad because it only made it worse when she left. I didn’t know how to live without her. I was her baby. She was my best friend! The only person I had up here and now she’s gone. My mom wasn’t perfect and definetly had her flaws, but she was perfect enough for me. She made sure we had everything and always gave us anything. She made sure of it. She died pleasing everyone. That was my moms best trait… She had a heart of gold! https://millytaiden.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-monalisa/icons/wpml_cry.gif

  71. Sabrina Joy
      · November 28th, 2015 at 8:13 pm · Link

    My mom is my role model. She is the one person who I find exhibits true strength and perseverance. Even after she got really sick when my sisters and I were really young kids, she still went to work to make sure that we were fed and healthy. She is so kind and loving, and she is just such a sweet person. She accepts people for who they are, which has actually influenced me to be the same as I grew.

  72. Heather S
      · November 28th, 2015 at 10:53 pm · Link

    My mother is the strongest person I know, by the time she was 25 she had been married had 3 kids, 5 miscarriages, diagnosed with uterine cancer had to have a full hysterectomy AND she raised her three kids pretty much by herself after my birth-father decided he didn’t want to be married with three kids anymore. My mom has been the only constant person in my life that has been there for me 100% of the time she was my mom and dad and until she remarried to the man I now call “dad” I never lacked for anything I never felt like I was missing out on anything. I’m now 31 years old and my mom has taught me that family always comes first, always give a helping hand to anyone in need, always look on the bright side of things because no matter what because things could be worse. Most of all she taught me to be strong, forgiving, hopeful, happy and she showed me the type of mother that I can only hope to be.

  73. Samantha Woods
      · November 29th, 2015 at 12:16 am · Link

    My mom was an amazing and beautiful woman and I miss her everyday. She was my best friend and I would call her for every little thing. I’m actually a little lost now with her gone.

  74. nichola croft
      · November 29th, 2015 at 2:06 pm · Link

    2yrs ago my mum was taken away from me by the dear lord above ,but not a day goes by that she is not remembered not just by myself and her family but all her friends as she was such a loving and giving person that did anything for anyone.

  75. Aly P
      · November 30th, 2015 at 11:41 am · Link

    I love everything about them. they are kind, and generous and I love them :)

  76. Ann I
      · November 30th, 2015 at 1:38 pm · Link

    We haven’t always gotten along with each other but I love my mom and appreciate all she does for our family.


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