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“One Thing”…Thank You, Mom

This week we celebrated Mother’s Day, a time to remember and be grateful. Our mothers gave us so much, it is difficult to count the ways. We asked some of our friends to say thank you. Here are some wonderful tributes:

  • Thank you, Mom, for introducing me to God at an early age…Mike
  • Thank you, Mom, for the unconditional love that gave us some precious memories…Lynette
  • Thank you, Mom, for teaching me how to love my children…Rita
  • Thank you, Mom, for giving me a happy childhood and a strong moral compass…Cherie
  • Thank you, Mom, for teaching me how to be a mother…Lisa
  • Thank you, Mom, for sharing your faith…Lorna
  • Thank you, Mom, for showing me how to be strong…Susan C. 
  • Thank you, Mom, for teaching me to think for myself…Lynn
  • Thank you, Mom, for reading to me when I was a child and teaching me the value of education…Carol Ann
  • Thank you, Mom, for teaching me how to love unconditionally…Susan
  • Thank you, Mom, for your persistence as it is an inspiration daily…Daphne
  • Thank you, Mom, you always had my back, if nothing more than to give me a good back rub when I needed it…Evelyn
Cherie R. Blazer

Cherie is a late bloomer Boomer, born at the tail end of the Boomer generation. She was playing with Barbies while her older sisters marched on Washington and fought for equal rights, but watched and learned. Now she is an empty nester with a whole new future to explore and share at www.BoomerConnections.com! As “Philosopher in Chief” Cherie merely wants to change the world with this blog: to encourage those of us in the midst of our “second act” to look at life with new eyes, open to a life filled with new beginnings rather than endings, and to apply all we have learned to a way of living that is more meaningful and profound. There is SO much to live for, up until the very end.

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