Insanity of Motherhood

Motherhood, marriage, and midlife.

More Than Just Words

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A conversation between a mother and her teenage son.

“Mom, could you come here?” – Tall Boy

“In just a minute.  I need to get the laundry folded.” – Mom

“Come on, Mom.  It is important.  I want to show you something.” – Tall Boy

“Can’t it wait?  Oh, forget it.  I’ll be right there.” – Mom

Teenage boy points to computer screen.

“See, it is a school project I am working on.  What do you think?” – Tall Boy

Mom looks at screen.

“Wow.  That is cool.  What do the words represent?” – Mom

“They describe a person.  The project was to create a word picture of someone we admire.” – Tall Boy

“Oh.  Who is the person?” – Mom

“You, Mom.  The words represent you.” – Tall Boy

“Oh…my.” – Mom

Mom gives son a big hug and kiss.

“Thank you my sweet boy.” – Mom

Author: insanityofmotherhood

Mom of three boys, wife, educator, and all around nice gal in the middle of a midlife something. It's not a crisis, but it's something…

6 thoughts on “More Than Just Words

  1. makes all the aggravation worthwhile.

  2. Fabulous compliments from your son. Were you surprised by how he saw you?

  3. What a lovely son you have my dear! (all of them, by the way).

    Love,

    Oldest sister

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