On International women’s day, So much gratitude goes to my mom

For international women’s day, I would like to thank my mom.

She is the most amazing, strong, courageous woman.

She has done so much for me, and on this international women’s day, I want to personally thank her.

My heart is filled with so much gratitude for who I’ve become, and it’s all thanks to this amazing woman I call my mom.

We’ve had so many ups and downs in life, and always, we’ve come through them stronger.

She has sacrificed so much in life, to help me to grow, to help me to get what I need.

She never gave up on me, even when I tested her to the limit.

She’s always been by my side in whatever I do.

When I moved out of home 17 years ago, she begged me not to go, but when I said that I needed to do it, she encouraged me, and even helped me to find somewhere to live.

When I was going to school, she advocated for me and for my needs.

She stopped at nothing, to get me what I needed.

She taught me to be independent, to stand on my own two feet.

Thanks, mom. Your simply the best, I can’t put it any better than that.

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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