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To Mom

Dear Mom,

I chose to do this a day after Mother's Day because no one day should ever define what you mean to me. I have a birthday where my thoughts are with you, not with the years I've lasted on this planet. Because if not for you, my birthday would not be my birthday.

I don't always express my thankfulness or tell you how much you mean to me. I know that you know how I feel about you. Of course, it's always nice to have that recognition. Every single day, I try to compose myself in a way that would make you proud and hopefully let others see that I am the product of a great mother.

I have never asked of you to be anything near what you are. You could have very well been a dead-beat mother who did not care. But you have, for coming up on 27 years, been everything great that you could be, and more, for me and Kenny. Even when times were tough, when things could have been easier on you for you to step back some and be a little less supportive (which we would have understood), you always put all of your effort and love into us.

I wish there was something, anything, that could truly show you how grateful the both of us are. I wish I could do something right now to make sure you never live a day with stress again. I know we're hard to deal with at times. I know you probably get frustrated by us coming to you for support in dumb little things. I'm certain you have considered, at least once, taking a long vacation away from us if you had the means. Or maybe you haven't... I'm sure, I know, I'm certain you haven't... because you've always done more than your best for us.

All I can tell you is I'm truly appreciative of everything you do, big or small. I admire your work ethic and your unwavering strength. I'm forever grateful for your support, your dedication, and your love. I know Kenny is as well.

Thank you for giving us a life, and doing whatever you could to make sure we got to live it more than well enough so far.


With all the love and thanks in our hearts, Happy Mother's Day,

Sean & Kenny

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