Moms are silly.
They love us for our failures, our egomaniacal behavior, flagrant flaws and all that is considered our faultiness as humans.
They have kissed our boo-boos, car-pooled us across three states just to get us to our soccer championships and continue to feed us and wash our clothing even when were 45 and married with five kids… or just 45.
Come on, Moms! Get your acts together. If you really knew what you were doing you’d love us less for malfunctioning defectiveness, I mean it would be a lot less work, right? But, that’s just not what a “Mom” is.
There is a quote out there that goes “God could not be everywhere, and therefore he made mothers.” I don’t know who said that, but they were on point. If nothing else, religious or not, it is a reminder that so much of what a Mother does is invisible to the rest of us.
Nothing in the entire world that could truly repay your Mom for all she’s done. A day to celebrate Moms is a good start, but think about it, what does she usually demand for all her hard work? No, what does she demand for giving you life and making your life complete? A hug, a kiss, or a thank you! That’s it!
So back to that main point, Moms maybe silly but they love us unconditionally with an extra spritz of faith, and grace, and devotion thrown in and they truly make the world, and our world go round.
Thank you, Moms, you’re the best.
P.S. You’re right about everything.
Happy Mothers Day!