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40 thoughts on “Free Spins For Your Best Comments About Mothers

  1. I honestly never knew how much my mother loves me until I had a child. It’s indescribable the feeling that overcomes you it’s a purest love on this planet. It’s a moment that your never ever forget. I have two children a newly turned two year old and a three year old, the time flies by and every moment is precious.. I realize how my mom felt when she had me the love she has for me is like no other.. and when I kiss on my babies feet I think my mom did that to me and I look down at my size 9 feet I smile and think wow my mom kissed my feet and then you realize everything all the shit you did and said to her (it wasn’t too bad 😁) but you think damn my daughter would break my heart if she said or acted that way toward me… it just puts everything in perspective my mom is my best friend I don’t go a day without speaking to her… she is my hero ❤️❤️❤️


  2. A mother who never grows old;
    He made her smile of the sunshine,
    And He moulded her heart of pure gold;
    In her eyes He placed bright shining stars,
    In her cheeks fair roses you see;
    God made a wonderful mother,
    And He gave that dear mother to me.

  3. I lost my mother to cancer when she was only 46 years old.
    She had a very difficult and challenge-filled life.
    My father left her and two children with no financial support or help in raising my brother and I.
    During this period of the, being a divorced woman was a stigma you had to carry with you, which she did graciously.
    Her family on both sides would berate her and never once stepped up to help even though they were more than a able to.
    There were times she had to beg for food, and try to get the landlords to give her time to pay the rent, which must have been demeaning.
    But, through it all, she made sure we were clothed and fed and raised in a responsible way

  4. You’re the strongest person I know you’re incredibly thoughtful created in meticulous you’re the most giving person I know you’re my hero and I love you moms

  5. My mother is the best mother iv ever had 😉 just beautiful lady with the most generous smile ND huge heart I love you mother

  6. I stopped at a flower shop to order some flowers to be wired to my mother who lived two hundred miles away.

    As I got out of my car I noticed a young girl sitting on the curb sobbing.

    I asked her what was wrong and she replied, “I wanted to buy a red rose for my mother.

    But I only have seventy-five cents, and a rose costs two dollars.”

    Then I smiled and said, “Come on in with me. I’ll buy you a rose.”
    I bought the little girl her rose and ordered my own mother’s flowers.

    As we were leaving I offered the girl a ride home.

    She said, “Yes, please! You can take me to my mother.”

    She directed me to a cemetery, where she placed the rose on a freshly dug grave.

    Then I returned to the flower shop, canceled the wire order, picked up a bouquet and drove the two hundred miles to my other’s house.

  7. I don’t see or talk to my mother. She was very cruel to my siblings and me growing up. She was an alcoholic and we were very poor. I remember times when we had nothing to eat because all the money was used for alcohol.
    The one thing I’m grateful for is learning what kind of parent I never wanted to be. I have five kids of my own now and I make sure they know I love them and that they are special to me everyday. I would give anything for them and do anything for them. They never go hungry and are never denied love and affection no matter what. Sometimes the best lessons are learned through heartbreak and fear, I’m thankful that they will never know that from me. 💖💖💙💙💖

  8. I’m 43 years old and every time I get a little cold or start to not feel well my mom shows up at the door or the urgent care with a bag full of groceries and cough drops, 7 up…pudding and soups etc. Willing to help in any way sacrificing everything!! There hasnt been a time she hasnt droppped everything to be by my side. Shes cool and shes beautiful inside and out. Shes the mom everyone should have…the world would be better for it! THANK YOU for all that you do!! I love you mom Happy Mothers Day!!!

  9. The sweetest kiss I ever got was from another man’s wife my mother …gone but never forgotten love you mum

  10. If it wasn’t for My Mom I would’ve been lost in a world that would’ve had no pity for an Orphan. Due to Her Loving and Unselfish Soul a broken and lonely child that was left to grow in this cold world had found shelter and a warm loving embrace under her wing. My Mother is My Superhero. I am Forever Greatful for You and Everything You have done to provide. I Love You Mom. Happy Mother’s Day.

  11. I consider my self Lucky to have been Blesssed with such a loving, strong, but yet pure hearted woman to have as my mother. I cant help but to see her as an angel. She Has never done wrong or did anybody wrong. She worked hard all her life raising all 8 of us alone and managing to provide what we needed. She is now 88. About 5 years ago she was diagnosed with multiple cancerous tumors. She wasnt expected to make it this far. I’ve since been living with her, keeping up her house, big yard and everything & anything she needs or wants. Shes always been there for me and i promise to always be here for her. ..I LOVE YOU MOM.

  12. . “No one worries about you like your mother, and when she is gone, the world seems unsafe, things that happen unwieldy. You cannot turn to her anymore, and it changes your life forever. There is no one on earth who knew you from the day you were born; who knew why you cried, or when you’d had enough food; who knew exactly what to say when you were hurting; and who encouraged you to grow a good heart. When that layer goes, whatever is left of your childhood goes with her.”

    ―Adriana Trigiani, Big Stone Gap

  13. My mother is my best friend and my worst enemy. She’s the only mirror I hate to look into because she shows me my true reflection be it good or bad and sometimes I just feel anger for showing me this disgusting reflection. Other times I feel pain for not seeing the reflection of someone amazing someone I so desperately wanted to become for her. At the exact same time I feel such love and appreciation for this amazing woman who has given me everything who sees all of me tye good and the and and who loves me anyways. This woman who never gives up on me this woman who keeps this faith in me even when I have none in myself. This woman, (whom had I never been honored enough to call mother, would’ve left me as another person lost to the pain and turmoil of life), her love calms my storms, her strength moves my mountains, her wisdom shapes my character, and her heart molds my parenting. I feel empathy to those who never got the mother i got, but I selfishly relish in the fact that I am lucky enough to call her my momma. I’m sorry mom for the pain & disappointments I cause you, and I know some day I will pay you back for it all, the sleepless nights, the tears, the fights, the anger. For every bad I will give you 3 good because that’s what you deserve and more, because of you I can be a single mom of three and push through every day and not give up. Because of you I can hold on, I can keep the faith, I can love through all the dark. Thank you so much for being the motger you are. I was never God’s gift to you, you have and always will be God’s greatest gift to me.

  14. I have my mother’s eyes, her smile and her laugh. But, most of all, I have my mother’s love – unfailing and unconditional – for always.

  15. My Mother passed 18 years ago, but I miss her just as much as the day she passed! She was always there for me and my siblings. She was always there, in good and bad times. She always seemed to make things better, even when things weren’t. I thank God for the time that I was able to spend with my Mom on earth! Her loving and faithful heart for her kids were never ending. I am thankful for all Mothers because they are God’s precious gift from heaven!


    Hey, Mom. Happy Mothers Day.
    Though we’ve grown apart,
    I cant let you go. No Way.
    Love stayed from the start.

    I think of you each day made.
    I see you in me.
    Between things said and unsaid,
    Love can waist away.

    You may not get why i try.
    It makes me Happy.
    Its truth that stays inside.
    Because I feel you in me.

    I hope you see it soneday.
    Why I chose my way.
    As Love Is Faced Everyway,
    Yours will always stay.

    Dont let it hurt you. Okay?
    Trust is hard to break.
    So long as you choose to weigh
    Love more than we take.

    Of course I must include
    the word of the day.
    I always “peregrinate”
    back to you. To stay,

    Humble and kind. like you stay.
    Lessons have a way
    of pushing me to portray
    what you gave to me


    I wrote this for my mom last years mothers day. Yet im unable to know if shes yet read it. A little back story with this; Im a transexual. Male to female. Though my family is not accepting of me, i cant help but miss my mom with a passion. My mom and i were very close. She pushed me to do good in school and she said i inspired her to go back to school. She’s now a teacher in an elementary school. She graduated Summa Cum Laude. All on her own. I remember her staying up late hours working on her school work. And i would do my best to help her prepare for any upcoming texts just like she helped me withmine. The part where i say, you may not know why i try, it makes me happy, im telling her what she always told me, “the only way to be happy is to try. Im also, slightly explaining why i continue to reach out to her an every special occassion. She may not like to hear from me but i know she loves me and i know she loves to hear from me. Theres just a barrier between the two of us that can only be breach if we both try. and i hope she finds it in herself to try someday. She’s a strong willed person. A taurus. a scholar. and one person who can take the fall for someone without falling. she very kind hearted to the sole. and though she is also tough, she never bulls over other people. She is all i needed to learn how to be humble. how to let others have the last words. and shes a core strength inside of me everyday of my life. Im not as beautiful as she is. and though im not naturally a woman, most people who know me say they feel warm amd comfortable, like they are with a mother. So im fortunate to have her mom qualities because its helped many people in ways that i dont always know why or how. Also thepart with the word of the day, is a continued this me and her once had together. we would always try to use the word of the day in a sentence and by the end of the week we would challenge each other to use them all in conversation without lying. lots of times she would do better. Since weve parted ive challenged myself to use the word of the day in a poem. Lastly, I changed my name to Alife. Its because Thats truely what she gave me and i dont want anything more than for people to learn that my life is who i am. not my name.

    Love you Mom always.


  17. Last year in May 2018 I had to have surgery on my left breast. I was terrified. I didnt really tell anyone about it. Only my husband. At first the doctors kept telling me the odds of anything serious were so slim because I was only 36 years old. I didnt even tell my mom or my sisters. They knew I was always at the doctor but didnt know why. My mom was asking my husband and hes the one who told her. I was mad at first that he felt it was ok to tell my personal business. I have 4 kids at that time last year were 18,8,7, and 5 years old. All my children are from my husband who i have been with since high school. And all the worst thoughts always on my mind I was always crying when i was home alone . thinking of my kids without me. When i spoke to my mom i was mad at her too. She knew she would get her info off my husband thats why she was questioning him the way she did. I told my mom its my personal health and my choice to keep it to myself. She told me imagine if that was one my daughters and when i told her thats different they’re little they’re still like babies. I remember the look my mom had on her face and said to me you are MY child MY baby. She said “Jenn I need to know .I have to know whats going on with you” I remember the look on on my moms face was like i was a little kid again. In the end i did have a tumor and had surgery may 17 2018..if needed i can show some of my pics before and after my surgery to verify my story is true. Casinoextreme.user name Sexxxyjc

  18. My Mom is the Best Mom ever! She is my Best friend and she is always there for me no matter what, I will always be grateful for all she has done for me and my kids!and we all Love her unconditionally…… Happy Mothers Day Mom!!!!!!

  19. My mom is my inspiration she is always there when i need a friend or just someone to talk to i love my mom with my heart she is my mom my best friend she was there for me through my deepest time when i lost my baby girl and she is still there for me when i need her. Love you my mommy

  20. I was the oldest of four children and always the black sheep of the family.
    Really, even at a very young age, I was a difficult child…headstrong and unpredictably disruptive to any structured setting that I found myself in.
    However my mother was always determined to celebrate holidays as a family and never failed to show love for me despite my disappointing behavior.

    Christmas was the highlight of the year for all of us children, and we talked and endlessly speculated on what we would receive on Christmas morning.
    My parents would go on mysterious outings each December for what we knew had to be shopping for our gifts.
    Starting at around age 10 I succeeded in discovering where most of the gifts were hidden, and one year I found the mother-load hidden in the attic.
    Without considering the consequences of my actions, I breathlessly revealed this information to my brother and sisters.
    We examined each item and promised each other to keep it secret.

    However, the youngest blabbed to our parents and my misdeed was made public. My father was upset and gave up on the idea of a Christmas morning surprise.
    Weeks before Christmas he brought out all the gifts and handed them over to us with the warning that there would be nothing under the tree that year.
    We were shamed into silence and did not complain or object.
    On Christmas Eve we were depressed and quiet, and I heard my parents talking about the situation.
    My father was a strict disciplinarian and seldom reconsidered what he had determined to be proper punishment
    but my mother would not allow him to completely deny us any kind if Christmas morning.

    Late that evening, after we had gone to bed, mom sent my father out on a quest for some things that we could find under the tree that morning.
    This was in the late 1960’s and most stores were closed. There was only one drugstore in all of Atlanta that was open 24 hours.
    Somehow, my father found a few small toys and candy and when we woke up it was there by the tree.

    I don’t remember if I ever told my mother thank you for this act or for any other of the many loving things she did behind the scenes.
    She had strong beliefs that the father was the absolute head of the house, and only when we were concerned did she ever intercede in his decisions
    Despite the very many times I disappointed her, she always loved me.

    She has been gone for years now, and I will always regret that I did not appreciate all that she did for her children.

  21. My mom is the best mom in my opinion obviously. She’s my best friend and I couldn’t imagine her ever leaving me, she is that mother that has all the answers to me even when she thinks she doesn’t. I know not every ones as lucky as me to still have a mother and I honestly thank god every day. My mom beat the odds when she lost me to the system but she made up for it by not only getting me back but filling my heart and home with love all them time even when its so bad we don’t know what to do. So Happy Mothers day mom I love you.

  22. Enjoy every single moment. The good, the bad, the beautiful, the ugly, the inspiring, the not-so-glamorous moments. And thank God through it all.

  23. Username :csully90
    My mother was not the best of role models but I did have an amazing grandmother who taught me everything I know today, however I feel like I should share my story with motherhood. when I was 15 I was told that my chances of ever having children were a million to one. At such a young age that was a hard pill to swallow, I came to terms that I would never have a child of my own so I knew when the time was right I wanted to adopt a child because every child needs a mother. However, when I was 19 I was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with a minor heartattack and told I was three months pregnant which came as a shock since I had no clue. I was terrified since I had no family support and the father wasn’t exactly the best person to be around, I had a lot of tough decisions to make since at the time I was homeless, had a drug habit and was completely lost in life, but when I saw that babies heartbeat for the first time I knew that I had to make a change to be the best mother I could be. From the moment I found out ,I quit every bad habit cold turkey and started to take the proper steps to get my life in order for my baby. Battling with homelessness , recovery from addiction and an abusive partner didn’t make it easy but I was determined. However, the amount of stress from all the chaos in my life ended up putting me in the hospital for an emergency induction a month early. Doctors told me I didn’t have much of a chance of making it through delivery, yet 28 hours later I gave birth to a healthy baby boy. I thanked god that my baby was alright and if it wasn’t for him I would’ve never cleaned up my act, or had the courage to leave a dangerous relationship. There were times I didn’t eat so my baby would have everything he needed, while working 2 jobs to make ends meet. Within a year, I was able to go to school and get a degree and during that time I was blessed with a wonderful man and another amazing little boy. From the moment I met him I loved him and in my eyes he is just as much my child as the one I gave birth too. I didn’t need to be related to have unconditional love because I went from being told I’d have no children to now having two amazing little men. As a mother I sacrificed and would sacrifice everything for them. About a year ago, my youngest was diagnosed with leukemia and has been the toughest little boy I know, the scare your child being sick has made us stronger as a family unit and and shown me just how deep a mothers love is, because there is nothing scarier than a mama bear and I would stop at nothing to make sure my children are happy and safe even if it means raising a little hell at a hospital when you feel they aren’t caring up to my standards. My boys have saved me and there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t wonder what I did to deserve such amazing children, especially for someone who had grown up without much parental influence , they were the miracles that showed me that unconditional love excist and everyday give me purpose to be better.

  24. Whatever happens, whoever stays or not…there is always one person on my side—my mother 💓

  25. To really be a parent you have to be selfless, patient and oh so very strong. As a kid I was rebellious. I ran away from home and did things I am not proud of. I was acting out from the pain that I was feeling from my biological father signing his rights away from me. As a parent we are blamed for everything and I blamed her for him not wanting me anymore. My mom was a single mother working fulltime and finishing her degree. We lived in a one bedroom apartment and our big treat was sunday breakfast at McDonalds. To some that is not much but to me those memories mean the world. It wasnt until I had my children that I realized just how hard being a mother is. I have felt the pain of losing a child to the world you try to protect them from but I was blessed to have her for the 13 years that I did. I now know what it is like to have boys who think they are 10 feet tall and bullet proof and no matter what you tell them they are still going to make their own choices and deal with the consequences that follow. I know what it is like to work fulltime while going to school for psychology and being exhausted but doing it all to provide a better life for the children I brought in this world. My mother is the most amazing women that I know and I can only hope to be half of what she is. I let her know all the time how grateful I am for her and everything that she has done in my life and I thank her for never giving up on me. I also thank God everyday for blessing me with a mom that I needed not a Disneyland mom. A mother is supposed to teach us and guide us and prepare us for the world and she did more then that and I am the women I am today because she was the mother she was. To all the mothers out there I wish you all the very best mothers day because being a parent is not easy but there is no greater joy. Aurora1430

  26. I lost my mother to cancer when she was 54. She had a difficult life for 21 years whith my father, there were 5 of us. My father would beat my mother badly most of my life, and since I was the oldest I had to try and keep the four younger away in their room so they wouldn’t see that. Then finally after 21 years my mother told my father to leave, so she was a sinlge mother of 5 now. Six months later my father killed himself with booze and an overdose. My mother blamed herself and so did my father’s side of the family for a long time. I don’t think she ever got over that. At 54 she got lung cancer and lost the battle. ps my mother when she made my father leave she was only 33, and my father was only 42 when he passed. She tried her best to keep food on the table, luckily we were a lot older when she passed.

  27. Although we’ve had our ups and downs, my mother is so important to me. She loves me after all I put her through, and I can never repay her for all she’s done. I love my Mom, Happy Mother’s Day

  28. For me mother’s day is not a day for me to look back on admiration and love for my mother. She was not the best person and never put her two daughters first… when i look back on who was my rock, who steered me in the path that led me to who I am today I am overwhelmed with love, admiration, and gratitude for my moms 4th husband and in my eyes both my father and my MOTHER. He was my disciplinarian, my Cheerleader, my shoulder to cry on, my teacher of things he should never had to responsible for teaching a 13 year old girl. He taught me how to drive, fight, stand up for myself, how to be a lady but not a pushover in a man’s world. He was a Marine then a Cop and had that military mentality until the day he took his last painful breath in 2011, 8 days before my birthday.. all the while not only tolerating an impatient, bossy, abusive, wife and her two young daughters but he did it so patiently. Every major life changing event my father was there representing both my parents and I was blessed enough to be there when he finally needed me to be his rock in his last months as his caregiver… his sole caregiver. Being to proud he refused to allow me to have hospice come in and as he lay dying of esophageal cancer so his last miserable 3 months on this planet I had the gift of giving back a sliver of what he gave me in the 40 years I was blessed enough to learn from and love him like you should from a mother. Thank you for the opportunity to tell the world what a special parent and human being Gerald Hazel was. I couldn’t have asked for a better father or mother.

  29. My mom stopped drinking and entered 12 step program when she got pregnant with me. She calls me her miracle baby for that reason, but honestly my mom is the miracle to everyone that meets her. She gives and loves unconditionally to every soul she meets, whether it means giving you three huge overstuffed bags of groceries from her own fridge and cupboards if you say you can’t afford groceries or if you need a ride somewhere or simply to talk to her for hours while she listens. Growing up, she was an Alateen sponsor and became everyone’s mom, driving all of the Alateens to meetings, helping them learn to do service work, and planning the conventions like March Round-Up. To this day a huge number of 35 year olds and younger call her “Mom” because she was their mom when their own parents were trying (or failing to) get sober. She let our friends stay at our house and would take them to school because even though our house wasn’t perfect it was often safer than their own. Today she works as a substance abuse counselor and teaches about addiction at schools. No matter what I do wrong or fail at in life, she is there to tell me “this, too, shall pass.” She is a warrior that has been through everything you can possibly think of, and instead of it making her hard, cold, and bitter – she has become the kindest, most forgiving person I have ever met. If I am even 1% of what my mom is like at the end of my life, I know I’ve become a good person. And even if I am not that 1% as loving as she is at the end of the road, it will not matter. Because I am able to love myself because SHE has loved me so well.

  30. Being a mother is the toughest yet most rewarding job in the world. It’s a beautiful thing to see the transformation that takes place as one becomes a mother. Suddenly it’s as if a woman becomes the person who god planned her to be and her love is now made of deep devotion, sacrifice and pain – and nothing can ever take that love away.

  31. My daughter made me a poster that simply said. aMazing
    And it’s amazing she wrote it for me but I think the exact same thing about her.


  33. i grew up with my mom(also my dad) living and working in foreign land. That’s why im having a hard time putting too much value for this occasion. Until 13 years after when i see my mom again. I dont know how to approach her nor to to call her. Its been that long! I hate it when she calls me like im still kid but i cant argue with her coz im around 6 years old when she left. Instead of making things complicated on my part, i choose to ignore her and her irritating way of talking. It took me 10 years to realize everything. 10 years to appreciate and value everything she did for me. 10 years before i accepted the biggest mistake i made. I made her suffer that much! And it all happens when i had my child. i finally saw all her hardwork and sacrifice for me now that im standing in her shoes. And for that, i want to greet my mom a happy happy mothers day! I love you so much!

  34. i grew up with my mom(also my dad) living and working in foreign land. That’s why im having a hard time putting too much value for this occasion. Until 13 years after when i see my mom again. I dont know how to approach her nor to to call her. Its been that long! I hate it when she calls me like im still kid but i cant argue with her coz im around 6 years old when she left. Instead of making things complicated on my part, i choose to ignore her and her irritating way of talking. It took me 10 years to realize everything. 10 years to appreciate and value everything she did for me. 10 years before i accepted the biggest mistake i made. I made her suffer that much! And it all happens when i had my child. i finally saw all her hardwork and sacrifice for me now that im standing in her shoes. And for that, i want to greet my mom a happy happy mothers day! I love you so much!

  35. i grew up with my mom(also my dad) living and working in foreign land. That’s why im having a hard time putting too much value for this occasion. Until 13 years after when i see my mom again. I dont know how to approach her nor to to call her. Its been that long! I hate it when she calls me like im still kid but i cant argue with her coz im around 6 years old when she left. Instead of making things complicated on my part, i choose to ignore her and her irritating way of talking. It took me 10 years to realize everything. 10 years to appreciate and value everything she did for me. 10 years before i accepted the biggest mistake i made. I made her suffer that much! And it all happens when i had my child. i finally saw all her hardwork and sacrifice for me now that im standing in her shoes. And for that, i want to greet my mom a happy happy mothers day! I love you so much!

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  37. A mother who dedicates her life for her children just to make her children have a better life than her own is something I love the most, thank you mother and the mother of my children

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  38. My mother could not read, or write. Sadly, mother passed away three months after my father’s passing. The most sad part of this story was my incarceration at the time of her passing. I felt like the worst son. This still brings tears to my eyes. My family was very poor, yet my mother and father stayed together and raised threw kids. As am adult now, I can now understand how hard it must have been for my parents. Before I was incarcerated, I had a nice visit with my parents, and I had given my mother a hundred dollar bill.. She kept the money all the way until her death. Before she passed away, she warned me about my family. She tpld me to stay away. She lived on SSI but saved 8000 to give to me after her passing for housing when I go out of incarceration. I had always thought that I wasn’t loved, but I discovered I was. My mother’s warning was a mother’s way of loving her child unconditionally. She told the truth about individuals who knew love has a behavior that destroyed each ones lives. Over and over again. My mother wanted better, and I applaud her for her love, support, and honesty. She lived over her son.

    Rev. John Adkins

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