The Strength of a Mother

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The Strength of a Mother
Some of the smallest words have more meaning in them than the bigger ones. There is a six letter word that holds so much meaning I don’t ever think it will completely be defined, this word is mother. When you think of a mother I am sure a lot of different things come to your mind such as strength, love, care, compassion, forgiveness, protection, and many more. Omar Burleson said this “A mother is a blend of strength and survivorship, experience and insight, fancy and reflection.” and Kahlil Gibran said this “The mother is everything - she is our consolation in sorrow, our hope in misery, and our strength in weakness. She is the source of love, mercy, sympathy, and forgiveness. He who loses his mother loses a pure soul who blesses and guards him constantly.”

When I read these quotes it reminds me of my mom. She is the woman I admire more than anyone I know. She is beautiful inside an out, she means the world to me. She is my mother and no one can ever take that away from me. Her name is Ronda, she is about 5’5 with long dark brown hair, blue eyes and a pretty smile. She has medium tone skin with some freckles. Everyone says I look just like her. She is my best friend, source of strength and comfort, and the strongest woman I have ever known. There are so many reasons why I admire her I could go one for days talking about her, but I am going to share with you just one, because this one means the most to me. The morning started like any other My younger sister and I got up at about 6:00 am and started getting ready for school. We brushed our teeth, fixed our hair, and put on what we had picked out the night before. My mom was in the kitchen making us breakfast. After we finished getting ready, we went to the dinning room table and quickly ate our cereal mom had prepared, than she drove us to school. I was in Middle school, so she dropped me off first, then she drove my younger sister to the Elementary school. She than went back to...
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