13 Responses to “To Mom With Love on Your 100th Birthday”

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  1. What wonderful words and praise for a life well lived and loved.

  2. Linda,
    That is beautiful, and your love for your mom just shines through. Thanks so much for sharing this here. Reading this, I can’t help but feel more compassion in our world. What a wonderful lady she was (and it shows so much in what a wonderful lady you are). May you always hold memories of your time together…

  3. Linda– from this day forward, I will think of you and your wonderful Mom on the 4th of July. This is a lovely tribute by you and your husband. Thank you for sharing.

  4. It’s amazing how one gets to live to almost a hundred years old. I wish I could stay alive just as long. Or at least maybe have a life as fulfilled as hers, then that would be enough for me. 🙂

  5. Thank you all for your heartfelt words. Your TLC for me is deeply appreciated!

  6. BIO

    You are lucky to have experienced her for a longer period of time compared to other people who were not able to have the same time to connect with each other.

  7. This was a beautiful post. I shouldn’t have read it at work, because it wasn’t very professional of me to cry at my desk, mind you!

    Your mother’s grace shone through in your words. Thank you so much for sharing this very personal post.

  8. Dear BIO,

    Welcome to TLeC! I do appreciate being with my Mom for over 50 years. It makes me sad to think of friends whose parents passed away when they were young, and it makes me count my blessings doubly.

    Dear Eliza,

    Welcome back! Hope no one thought it was work that drove you to tears. 🙂 Seriously, thank you for the compliments!

  9. Hi Linda,

    This is beautiful. What a wonderful tribute to your mom on what would have been her 100th birthday. You continue to make her proud. 🙂

  10. Dear Barbara Swafford,

    Thank you for your virtual hug and pat on the back! 🙂

  11. How wonderful Linda! Aida was born on a date when Thomas Jefferson and John Adams died. I love that with death comes birth…renewal, always! When Aida left us, you were still here to carry on. And Robbie too. We’re not at the end just yet!
    March on…

  12. Thank you for your sweet words, Melissa! Yes, it truly is a circle of life.

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