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Most grateful for mother and AuntMimi.

by TheAngstyPoet on November 22, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


Two out of the three strongest women I have ever encountered. I love my mother and Aunt so much. Mimi filled the hole that my father Jeff had left. I couldn't be more grateful for this happy ending. Not to mention my mother is the toughest yet sweet & caring individual I've ever seen. She always finds something to be grateful for and makes people happy. Besides her cooking is out of this world. The third musketeer is no longer with us. My MomMom was the cherry on top. Another tough cookie who gave the best hugs and wit that set you rolling with laughter. I miss her but she's always where it counts, in my heart.

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