Thursday, May 07, 2009

Lessons from Other Mothers In My Life

Although I am going to TRY for a humorous blog here, this one is of a more nostalgic nature. These are valuable lessons that I have learned from Other Mothers in my life.

1. Be quick to apologize if you are wrong.
2. Be there in the present, enjoy the moment with the ones that you love.
3. Laugh often and with feeling.
4. Don't let anything or anyone hold you back.
5. Talk, really talk.
6. Do not assume one is sitting in judgement on you. They may be simply interested in your life and interests.
7. It's okay to disagree.
8. Every individual can have their own interests.
9. Have an adventure!
10. There is no such thing as saying I love you too much. (sometimes this may sound more like "you don't call me enough" ET, see it for what it is "I love you and I miss you")
11. Everything is not in your control, sometimes you just need to accept that.
12. The only individual responsible for their actions is that individual.
13. Cherish the friends and family that are truly in your life.


YOUR BIG SIS said...

Why is it everyone else's mom "gets it"?

Winterskiprincess said...

My guess is because they are not narcistic, and don't believe the world revolves around them and their interests alone.

They also truly love their loved ones, instead of defining love as the perfect gift or the ability to control another. Superficial things or material things do not make a relationship to me. Or at least one that I want to spend any time in.