Well, I moved across the country and although I always knew my mom was my best friend I know it now more than ever. I can and do say I love you every day and I plan to say it to her when she comes to visit.
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I don’t know what’s wrong with me
I didn’t come out and say it OUT LOUD. But I tried. I couldn’t do it. Now that I am aware that I need to say it it’s even harder than before. Now when I don’t say it I feel guilty. BUT I showed it. I bought her a beatiful card and wrote a nice letter about love and family. I gave her a nice booklet of poetry about Mothers (although I didn’t write it). I bought her two beautiful figures by Willow Tree and made her dinner. I barbecued shrip keabobs. Did you know shell on shrip come with legs that you have to remove before cooking? I don’t even like shrip….I think that proves my love all on it’s own.
I can talk to her about anything. Bought her a great lovey dovey Mother’s day card. But can I say the words? Still working on it.
I am not a lovey dovey kinda person. I don’t say I love you. I don’t hug. Giving words of encouragement is often tasking and requires more thought and effort on my part than the average person exerts for that kind of thing. My mom knows that I love her, and she tells me I don’t have to say. Actions speak a thousand words, and I definately act as though I love her. But wouldn’t it be better to do it in just 3 words rather than 1000?