Motherís Day

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#531 Motherís Day (From an Adult) Version

 

 

For Our

 

Special

 

Mom

 

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This book was created

especially for

 

Mom

 

Happy Mother's Day!We Love You!,

Lisa & Jamie

May 12, 2002

 

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Mom, we can't remember the exact moment we met you for the first time, but it must have been wonderful to see the smile on your face and the love in your eyes.

 

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We especially love your Green eyes, Mom.They look at us with kindness when you hug us, they become sad when we're ill, and they are full of smiles when we tell you that we love you.

 

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Mom, we love your kisses: the soft kiss that shows us how happy you are to see us, the warm kiss when we have to part, and those extra large kisses that console us when weíre upset.

 

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We love your voice.We remember when we were young, you sang us sweet songs and told us exciting stories.We love how you held us ever so tight, Mom, and reassured us when we were frightened.It still reassures us just to hear your voice.

 

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You also prepare so many good things to eat.No one can cook Tacos the way you do!

 

†††† In short, Mom, we love everything about you.

 

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We've never really told you that when we walk together along the streets in San Angelo, Texas, or when we go places, we are so happy that you are our Mom.You are the greatest!

 

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And when you're with your friends or other family members, we watch as you chat and laugh with them, and we think you're the best Mom of all!

 

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At times in our life, you had to scold us.But you were only trying to teach us right and wrong.We wouldn't change you for any other Mom in the world!

 

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We'd like to give you a beautiful present, a very special one.We'd like to give you a little bit of the sun, to brighten up those days when you're sad.

 

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Mom, if we could ride on a star, we'd climb up into the sky, to grab a piece of the moon to make you a dress of light.That way you'd become a princess.Even if, to tell the truth, you're already a princess to us!

 

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We'd like to pick the sweetest smelling flower for you, so that when you hold it, its perfume will always make you think of us.

 

†††† Mom, we'd like to give you a special charm to make you appear forever as we see you: loving and beautiful.

 

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We'd like to give you a magic wand which you could wave and have us appear whenever you wish: that way you would never feel alone.

 

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We'd like to give you an eraser to rub out the tiredness and worries that we sometimes see reflected on your face so that you could always be happy and smiling.

 

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We'd like to buy you the best gift in the world, Mom, to let you know just how wonderful we think you are when you hug us, when you talk with us, and when you just sit and listen to our problems.

 

†††† We'd like to give you your every wish!

 

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But the sun and the moon are too far away, flowers wither quickly, magic wands only exist in fairy tales, and we're afraid that our erasers are only good for rubbing out scribbles.

 

†††† Even so, we know what can make you smile with happiness: a kiss and a very big

 

†††† "We love you, Mom!"

 

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We will always cherish the lessons you've

 

taught us, the love you've given us

 

and just knowing that you are

 

our Mom.

 

Happy Mother's Day!We Love You!,

 

Lisa & Jamie

 

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Mom, we hope that you like

 

this special book that tells

 

exactly how we feel about you.

 

Lisa & Jamie

 

May 12, 2002

 

 


 

#531 Motherís Day (From a Child) Version

 

 

For My

 

Special

 

Mommy

 

Page 3

 

 

This book was created

especially for

 

Mommy

 

Happy Mother's Day!I Love You!,

Lisa

 

May 12, 2002

 

Page 4

 

Mommy, I can't remember the exact moment I met you for the first time, but it must have been wonderful to see the smile on your face and the love in your eyes.

 

Page 7

 

I especially love your Green eyes, Mommy.They look at me with kindness when you hug me, they become sad when I'm ill, and they are full of smiles when I tell you that I love you.

 

Page 8

 

Mommy, I love your kisses: the soft kiss that wakes me in the morning, the warm kiss at bed-time, and those extra large kisses that console me when I'm sad.

 

Page 11

 

I love your voice, when you sing me sweet songs and tell me exciting stories. I love how you hold me ever so tight, Mommy, and reassure me when I am frightened.

 

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You also prepare so many good things to eat.No one can cook Spaghetti the way you do!

 

†††† In short, Mommy, I love everything about you.

 

Page 15

 

I've never really told you that when we walk together along the streets in San Angelo, Texas, or when you take me places, I am so happy that you are my Mommy.You are the greatest!

 

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And when you're with your friends or other family members, I watch as you chat and laugh with them, and I think you're the best Mommy of all!

 

Page 19

 

At times you scold me and your face looks angry.But you are only trying to teach me what is right and wrong.I wouldn't change you for any other Mommy in the world!

 

Page 20

 

I'd like to give you a beautiful present, a very special one.I'd like to give you a little bit of the sun, to brighten up those days when you're sad.

 

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Mommy, if I could ride on a star, I'd climb up into the sky, to grab a piece of the moon to make you a dress of light.That way you'd become a princess, like the one in my book of fairy tales.Even if, to tell the truth, you're already a princess to me!

 

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I'd like to pick the sweetest smelling flower for you, so that when you hold it, its perfume will always make you think of me.

 

†††† Mommy, I'd like to give you a special charm to make you appear forever as I see you: loving and beautiful.

 

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I'd like to give you a magic wand which would do all the daily chores for you: that way you'd have more time to be with me.

 

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I'd like to give you an eraser to rub out the tiredness and worries that I sometimes see reflected on your face so that you could always be happy and smiling.

 

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I'd like to buy you the best treat in the world, Mommy, to let you know just how sweet I think you are when you hug me, when you play with me, and when you read me stories.

 

†††† I'd like to give you your every wish!

 

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But the sun and the moon are too far away, flowers wither quickly, magic wands only exist in fairy tales, and I'm afraid that my eraser is only good for rubbing out scribbles.

 

†††† Even so, I know what can make you smile with happiness: a kiss and a very big

 

†††† "I love you, Mommy!"

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I don't know what any other

 

Mommy is like,

 

but I know that you are

 

my Mommy.

 

Happy Mother's Day!I Love You!,

 

Lisa

 

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Mommy, I hope that you like the

 

drawings and special things that

 

I've done especially for you.

 

Lisa

 

May 12, 2002