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Something for Mother’s Day

Posted by Peter Kenneally on May 10, 2009

‘DRIVING through a public car park one afternoon nearly 10 years ago, I saw a car pull out suddenly in front of me and I slammed on my brakes. There was a brief silence, during which I bit down on the expletive that had made it almost to my lips, then from behind me a small, clear voice said, “Cheeses Christ!”

There followed another moment of silence as I tried to collect my thoughts, and then my three-year-old son explained brightly: “Excuse me Mummy, but I did not say ‘Cheeses pucking Christ’ because you did not hit that car.”

As Philip Larkin almost wrote: “They puck you up, your mum and dad./They may not mean to, but they do.” And, as I was undeniably the family garbage mouth, it was, in this instance, I who had done the pucking up. Such is the power, and the burden, of motherhood.’

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2 Responses to “Something for Mother’s Day”

  1. loveandlightgodbless said

    Happy Mothers Day; A Tribute to Mothers,

    The Architect of Life

    Mothers; The Architect, Inspiring Foundation and Legend of our Life

    A Humble & Admirable Tribute to Mothers;

    Mothers are The Very Most Admirable; Adorable; Beautiful;

    Creative; Honourable; Intelligent; Loving & Respected Persons

    Mothers are the Symbol of Peace, Faith, Hope, Love, Courage,

    Vision,Wisdom, Noble Principles & Values and the very Finest

    Virtues of Life

    Mothers; The Meaningful Pioneer of our Life;

    Mothers are the epitome of divinity

    Gift

    A Mother gives us the most precious Gift of Life and then nurtures us thoughtfully, with love, care and utmost affection, standing by us at each and every step of Life

    Reciprocate

    We should seek to always be there for our Mothers likewise; standing by and very most lovingly supporting our Mothers at each and every step of Life; always with Admiration; Appreciation; Immense Gratitude; Love and Respect for our Mothers always; God Bless Mothers always with the Very Best in Life

    Life always truly encourages us to pursue our objectives with a True and Meaningful Vision of Wisdom – meaningful consideration- meaningful intention- meaningful priority- meaningful responsibility- meaningful diligence- meaningful fortitude; meaningful forbearance; meaningful temperance; meaningful prudence, meaningful wisdom and meaningful confidence at each and every instance, whether in thought or deed

    Foundation

    A Mother is the very Pillar; The very meaningful foundation upon which our Life is so very meaningfully constructed

    Good Natured Principles & Values

    A Mother is the stable and meaningful foundation of good natured principles and values that our Mother’s teach us
    The Very Greatest Inspiration

    Mothers are the very greatest inspiration of our Life that molds; shapes; designs; sculpts our Life very most affectionately; thoughtfully, inspiringly, characteristically, meaningfully; cherishingly and motivatingly ;-

    Humanity

    A Mother is the Greatest Gift of Nature to Humanity

    Treasure

    The above is an attestation of the fact that, “The Greatest Treasure of our Life are our Mothers”
    Reciprocate

    When we respect our Mother first always; When we first reciprocate the love and affection showered on us by our Loving Mothers and always support our Mothers when they need us; we are truly living the very finest moments of our life

    Society

    It is very true and has been repeatedly mentioned that a society is essentially identified and recognized by the way in which it treats its Women in the Society; especially our Mothers; Mothers are the Pillars of our Society

    Continued …………….

    http://tributetomothers.wordpress.com/

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  2. dorian9 said

    cheeses! the darns pucks are everywhere!

    i spent mother’s day at a service for my best friend’s mother, who had just passed away. hardest thing in the world, losing a mother. a mother gives the most precious gift one could ever give: life

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