Mom, you're a wonderful mother, So gentle, yet so strong. The many ways you show you care Always make me feel I belong.
How did you find the energy, Mom To do all the things you did, To be teacher, nurse and counselor To me, when I was a kid.
You let me know you love me In so many different ways. You make me feel important With encouragement and praise.
You may have thought I didn't see, Or that I hadn't heard, Life lessons that you taught to me, But I got every word.
You are my hero, Dad You're my secure foundation. When I think of you, I'm filled with love And fond appreciation.
I often contemplate my childhood, Mom. I am a mother now, and so I know Hard work is mixed together with the fun; You learned that when you raised me long ago.
Mom, without you, there would be no me. Your love, your attention, your guidance, have made me who I am. Without you, I would be lost, wandering aimlessly, without direction or purpose.
You turned out even better Than I often dreamed you’d be; You’re more than I had hoped for; You’re a sweet reward to me.
"Mother" is such a simple word, But to me there’s meaning seldom heard. For everything I am today, My mother’s love showed me the way.
Mom, I look at you and see a walking miracle. Your unfailing love without limit, your ability to soothe my every hurt, the way you are on duty, unselfishly, every hour, every day, makes me so grateful that I am yours, and you are mine.