Mother's Day coming up tomorrow. I am so fortunate to be the Mom of two loving daughters, and a wonderful Mom who is 90 years old. Tomorrow I will be alone as my oldest daughter is working the night shift. She is a Mom too, and my grandson at age 17 years old is giving her plenty of grief, with drugs and failing his year at school. I was not a perfect Mom, neither was mine, and neither are my daughters. I was always drugged up with pyhch medications back when they were growing up, and I did a ton of therapy. I was lucky, because I loved my girls, and gave them good moral values, they are both hard working, and both have very kind hearts. I always feel so bad on Mother's Day each year, that I couldn't be more, and do more, but somehow I held this family together in spite of mental illness and also worked part-time when I could. Also Brian's and my what would be 46th anniversary is on Monday. I won't be sad tho, we had 43 years together. I wasn't the perfect wife either. So just for today, I give Kudos to all those Mom's who did the very best that they could under their circumstances. Just for today, I won't smoke!! I am still a work in progress even at 65 years old. I am grateful for my family, and all the Mom's. Furbaby Mom's and to those who have lost theirs and still have theirs.
Ok, well, it's been awhile since I blogged. Things here in Manitoba are good, not that many cases or new cases.
My folks are coming over tonight for dinner, and we will social distance at my house. I love EX and all the support here.
Love you guys, I'm not perfect, but I want the perfect quit.
Keep on striving everyone!! Each day is a blessing!!