Happy Mother’s Day From a Grateful Daughter and Auntie

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Happy Mother’s Day! If you have been fortunate enough to be a mother or care for a young person in a motherly way – enjoy the day with the things that make you happy.

As an auntie with some really special young folks that I call nieces and nephews, I am forever grateful to have them in my life. It is with joy that I see them grow and develop into such wonderful people. They are as varied in their interests and activities as any group of young people could be: science, dance, golf, music and engineering. They are my darlings! As an auntie, Mother’s Day has a special place in my heart.

My mother is no longer here on this earth. However, that doesn’t change a thing – as far as, the way I celebrate her. I am privileged to have been given such a special mother for the time we did have together. She passed away in 2006, and each year the holidays and special occasions draw me closer to her memory. I smile widely with my every remembrance of her.

Here’s a video – wishing you a day full of joy. Happy Mother’s Day!

Take these nuggets of happiness and share them:

  • Celebrate Mother’s Day with joy and make her day happy.
  • Give messages of love and tokens of appreciation while she can enjoy them.
  • Do not wait until Mother’s Day to celebrate your mom.
  • Let her know how special she is everyday!

Happy Mother’s Day from a grateful daughter and auntie.

Aquanetta J. Betts, J.D.

Aquanetta J. Betts is an attorney and speaker. She is licensed in Washington, DC and Maryland. Her practice focuses on wills, trusts and estates and charitable giving.

Connect with her on twitter @AquanettaBetts and visit www.abettslaw.com.

The information in this article is not intended to be legal advice. Consult an attorney about your particular situation. 

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