Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Let's be truly Thankful!

I just wanted to put out there this little thought.

We should be truly thankful. There is a lot of time that I am not. So here you go...

There are a lot of moms out there who work tirelessly for their children.  There are those moms who drive their kids to every sporting event practice so their child will have a chance to learn how to control their mind and body while doing something fun.  There are those mom who sacrifice and work long hours so that their child will not go without physical needs and wants and in turn they learn what they need and what they want.  There are those moms who stay home and show their children a different type of sacrifice and the children learn to sacrifce for the sake fo others.  There are moms who stay up all night next to the bed of a child with a fever, praying for the child's recovery and their children learn to power of pray and love.  There are moms who plant garden's so their child will have good food all the while the children will learn to reward of hard work as a farmer.  There are moms who learn how to do crafts so their children will learn how to express themselves in creative ways.  There are moms who poor every little bit of themselves into their children so that one day those children will be productive members of society because she is a good person.

Moms are the only people who working tirelessly to put themselves out of a job.  We want our kids to be independent, strong, healthy, good, and important members of society.  When we have done our jobs well these children will no longer "need" us.  It is our goal to push our kids to FINISH STRONG in all they do and we teach them all (most) of it.

As we do this day in and day out, we get very few thank you, if any at all.  Our job seems to worthless to those around us.  Our job takes everything we have and everything we are. 

I just want to say to all those mom who are working tirelessly to achieve their goal of being the best mom they can so that their child will know who they are, know that they are loved, and know that they were given every opportunity whether they decided to take it or not. 
I appreciate all the work you do and I appreciate with great love and admiration the work you are putting into your child even if they don't see it yet.

I am thankful for you!  When you are old and your children's children do not thank them that is when they will thank you for all your hard work.  But for now to get you by until that time comes.  Good job and keep up the great work!

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