A mother is one of the most famous and valuable individuals known to God. She is one who has been used, abused, and taken for granite. She is forgiving. She could see her son rob a bank on the six o’clock news and convince herself, “THAT MAN WAS NOT MY SON!”
If I had to select a stereotype that fits what a mother should be, she may be similar to Marie Baron, the character on the TV show “Everybody Loves Raymond.” Her family is her life.
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