Saturday, May 7, 2016

Things my mother taught me

Things my mother taught me

To help others
The first step when baking anything is to get out all of the ingredients to make sure you have everything When you clean a kitchen counter a wipe the crumbs onto the floor, make sure the drawer is not open Don't chew with your mouth full
Eat your brussel sprouts
When you are leaving someone's house at the end of a visit, say "thank you for having me" Schoolwork is more important than swimming
It doesn't matter how much money you are making if you are unhappy
Soap operas will rot your brain
Comic books are not real books, but a Peanuts Anthology is legit
No matter how long you have been married you should always try to look nice for your husband at the end of every day
That the disappointment of your parents is the worst punishment
Finish your food and don't be selfish, there are children in other countries who have nothing
No TV at dinner. Ask the people in your family, "how was your day"
Never lie, unless it's to strangers who mean you harm
If someone ever tries to snatch you, kick them as hard as you can in the nuts
It's ok to cry
It doesn't matter what other people think
We all learn in different ways - people who learn differently are not disabled, even though it might feel that way
Calling someone stupid is one of the worst things you can say
A woman can be emotional and cry easily and it means nothing about her level of strength
A mother will do anything for her child
We are all human
We all make mistakes

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