Loving Mother Essay

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My Loving Mother For as long as I can remember, my mother has been my support system and has never steered me wrong. Thanks to my mother, I’m very big on family and family values. I’ve learned more from my mother than any other person that I’ve ever come into contact with, and I plan on using those lessons everywhere I go in life. She always guided me in the right direction even when I felt as if she was planning to leave me stranded. We’ve shared our ups and downs, from field days to fist fights, but we have an inseparable bond and the good always outweighed the bad. She made sure that no matter what, I had everything I needed. She has always been my backbone when I start to feel afraid of anything. My mother has always been stern, but loving and she never once let me go astray without guiding me back the right way. “All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother.” – Abraham Lincoln. My mother always said, “You think it’s hard here, just wait until you get out in the real world”. I used to roll my eyes and think she was just talking to hear herself talk, not knowing that she was really raising me well enough to deal with the real world on my own. My mother always distinguished right from wrong and she made sure I knew the difference between the two. I’ve done my share of wrong, not knowing that I was disappointing her as much as I was, but never once has she disowned me. When the world is against me, I know if I have no one else, I have my mother by my side helping me press my way through. Wrong or right, she has never let me down. She may be disappointed for a while, but that’s what makes her special. Not once has she held anything I’ve done against me. She has always loved me the same. Growing up, I never really had all the luxuries that the other kids had. My mother always told me, “If you have what you need, then you shouldn’t want for anything”. I

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