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Sunday, May 12, 2019

`IT TOOK ME ALL MY LIFE TO LEARN WHAT A MOTHER IS' - Chicago Tribune


Repost via Chicago Tribune

Dear Mom: I wish I could spend Mother's Day with you, but I can't, so I am writing a letter instead and hope you read it in Ann Landers' column. I understand so many things now that I didn't understand when I was growing up. I didn't know how hurt you were by some of the things I said and did until I was hurt the same way by my own children.
Until I traveled that road myself, I had no idea how hard you worked, with never a complaint, or the burdens you carried doing the everyday things I took for granted.
I didn't know how many times I could have made you happy by just saying, "I love you, Mom"--or "I appreciate what you are trying to do for me"--but I know now because it would mean the world to hear those words from my own children.
It took me all my life to learn what a mother is. I wish there was some way I could let you know now how much I appreciate your years of sacrifice and unselfishness, your efforts to keep us on the right track, and everything you did to help your children grow up straight and strong. Thanks, Mom, you are the greatest


Dear Writer: Millions of moms are going to think this letter was meant for them, and that's the way I want it. Keep reading for another:
Dear Ann Landers: In my mind, Mother is always 50 _ healthy, cheerful and supportive. When I call her long distance or write a letter, that is the person I am conversing with. Mom was the one we ran to with our problems. She was never too busy to listen. She always came up with a logical solution that was acceptable to everyone.
Now, when I see my mother, slightly stooped, clasping the banister tightly before she attempts the challenge of the next step, I turn my head. It pains me to see that she is really getting old.
Why does my mother's aging bother me so? Because to do so would be to acknowledge that one day I will lose her. If I admit that my mother is really getting old and that one day she will no longer be here, it means that finally I am the grown-up. The only thing I know for certain is that I am very lucky to have had her. 


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Newspaper columnists : Ann Landers

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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Treat yourself to a Built Bar

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Hands down these are best protein bars I have ever tried….I first heard about Built Bars thru Lisa Paige instagram go follow her she has some really good recs. from beauty, skincare and health food etc..  My favorite flavors are the Orange Chocolate Creme and the Coconut flavor. Sidenote: Stick the BOX in the fridge it taste like an afternoon treat!!!


Here's just a few facts about the bars: Majority of the time most protein bars have a hterrible yucky chalky aftertaste not the Built Bar protein and energy bars. They are a perfect texture, only 110 calories, yet still packs 15g of protein and 4g of fiber.  PLUS they’re only 3 Freestyle WW smart points, gluten free, have no preservatives and are less expensive than most protein bars!




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