A Child’s Moribund Pledge On Mother’s Day

The memory notifications on Facebook regularly throws up some forgotten gems. Yesterday I saw this, written in a Mother’s Day card by my then seven-year old daughter:

Mummy you are the prettiest, loveliest Mummy who is forty-three. I’m sorry I said I wouldn’t do your shopping when you wouldn’t let me go on Facebook. If you died in September I wouldn’t celebrate this day but I’d say prayers at your graveside.

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8 thoughts on “A Child’s Moribund Pledge On Mother’s Day

    • That we are πŸ™‚ we leave the house in the morning to walk to school and she talks non-stop until we are there. “I’ll finish it when you pick me up at home time.” πŸ™‚

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