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Mother's Day Greetings
nwsmom posted:
Just a wish for a happy Mother's Day for all of you who have/had mothers, are mothers, or are motherly!
liladieni responded:
Happy Mother's Day!
phototaker responded:
I wanted to send all you wonderful mothers a rose photo I took, but I don't know how to do that.

Have a wonderful Mother's Day! I've never had my own children, but I've taught and nurtured many 2nd and 3rd grade students all these years. I also have another child, now woman that I befriended from age seven and who is graduating from college in a week.

I'm off to lunch and a movie with a friend today. Enjoy your day!
mhall6252 responded:
Thanks and same to you and all the other moms out there. My Mother's Day "present" is a road trip back to NH, for good. Can't wait to be able to see my kids and grandkids whenever I want to...

Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to mhall6252's response:
Thank you! My daughters are 2 and 6 so my big mother's day present was....wait for it....sleeping in till 8:30 am!

And I got flowers

Happy day to all the moms!

phototaker replied to Haylen_WebMD_Staff's response:
Haylen, that is so cute...For them, letting you sleep in IS a big present. LOL

Enjoy your flowers!

A friend and I went out to lunch and to see the movie, "Something Borrowed". It hadn't been rated that well, but we laughed at a few of the parts, and really had a good time.

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