Snug as a bug, he’s perfectly content in his happy place!
This is my contribution for this week’s photo challenge, enveloped. You might want to take a look at what other people have contributed by going here, or better yet, join in the fun and share a photo of your own interpretation of the challenge.
3 Gifts Found in my Mom:
1. My mom…she is an amazing lady who has experienced more pain in her lifetime than probably any one person ever should have to experience. Through it all, she has managed to keep this amazing smile on her face, and in her eyes.
I’m thankful for her determination to stay strong, forever young at heart, and never,ever give up on life!
2. Next to her family, her greatest passion in life is to teach….anything! From Chinese Checkers to English as a Second Language, and everything in between. She loves to lead the way in the learning experience, and watch the “lights” turn on in the eyes of her “students”.
I am so thankful for her passion to help others improve and learn.
3. Most of all…I am thankful for my Mom’s unconditional love for me. I haven’t always made life easy for her, you know how it goes in those angsty teen-age years, but in spite of me and all the dumb stuff I did (or didn’t do) she has always loved me and made sure that I knew it!
I’m very thankful for her never-ending, unconditional love for me!
Thanks Mom! I love you!
You have been my friend," replied Charlotte. "That in itself is a tremendous thing." —E.B. White Charlotte's Web
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