My son has ADHD symptoms, he's not on medication, and we actually argue quite a bit while attempting to get his homework done over days, or hours--lots of hours, and he tends to mess and horseplay with the younger kids, in which case one of them tends to get hurt.
That and the fact that this past two weeks my husband and I have been having more than our usual amount of tenseness in the marriage, meant that this essay was a sight for sore eyes. A little divinely orchestrated pick-me-up so I don't go to bed this night without realizing my blessings, and how loved I am by my son, and by my God.
I am so blessed to have a mother that loves me as much as my mother loves me. Mothers are supposed to help us with guidance through our struggles and the hard times, which we are going through in our lives. My mom cared for me since I was a baby, and she watched me grow up to a seventh grader. She’ll continue to watch me grow with love and compassion until I move out of the house.
She does so many more things that a normal mom would not even think of doing for me! She is an all-around mom. She does so many things for me and my family. Last summer she took care of me and my brother and sister through the whole summer, every single minute of every single day. She had to take work off that whole summer, because she loved us. My mom could have just done the easy way out of it, which is sending us to day camp, but we hated that, so instead of working, she had a fantastic summer with us instead.
I love my mom so much, that the words in this essay cannot not even come close to expressing the love and respect I have for her! She comes to as many of my sports games as she can possibly come to. She is always there for me when I am having the worst day of my life, to the best day of my life. When I am feeling sad or disappointed in a friendship, or any other thing, I can always come to her and talk about it, and in the end I don’t even feel sad about it because she fills me with joy and laughter. When I’m in a bad mood, she’ll just talk to me about the stuff that I have recently been doing that is fun in my life. That will always cheer me up. When I am feeling lonely, or bored, she will talk to me, whether it is a short talk or a long one. She makes me and my whole family happy when she is around. She never gets tired of me even when I am crabby for two days. She will always be there for listening and caring about what I have to say.
She makes me lunches on Tuesdays and Thursdays too, and they are delicious! She does all of my laundry, and it is not that easy when you do it twice a week. My mom and I are slowly becoming closer, and we fight less and less, day by day.
My mom is always taking me and my family to fun things! She takes us to the movies, restaurants, sports games, and many other fun things! If I had to choose any mom in the whole world, I would choose my mom! The English dictionary does not have enough words to describe how much I care and love my mom! She helps me in everything I do. You name it, and she helps me through it! Without her it would be very, very, very hard to go through my life!I thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything that you did, doing, and going to do for me! Mom, I love you so much! I would put a million exclamation points if I could, but this is Grammar class!