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Author Name: FreeTRACYF 9 Comments
Date Added: May 30, 2005 23:05:47 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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~Faith Restored~

A parents work,
is never done.
It is very rewarding,
and a lot of fun.

You start by teaching,
them right from wrong.
How to play,and
how to get along.

You attempt to tell your children,
the proper things to do.
When they aren't even grown,
they attempt to tell you.

Just when you begin,
to understand them.
They grow into teenagers,
and your life is in total mayhem.

When you think you've had enough,
and you can't take anymore.
They say that "I love You",
and your faith they restore.

Author's Notes:

This is dedicated to my wonderful son.
Who just turned 14 years old.
Our house has been in total mayhem.

Mommy Loves You Tyler

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Comment By: FreeKaren Marrah on November 2, 2005 07:20:47 PM Report
Aww, I love this Tracy. I remember those days when I wished my kids would hurry and grow up. Now I wish they were all young again and still here with me.

Love, your sis...Karen
Comment By: FreeCynthia Jones on September 11, 2005 07:13:25 PM Report
Awww. This is so sweet. But, so very true. Excellent write sis. *S* Wind Whisperer
Comment By: PremiumPaul on June 4, 2005 10:46:00 PM Report
Son's are a wonderful inspiration aren't they - Very Nicely done with great rhythm
Comment By: FreeWith pain comes strength on June 1, 2005 05:43:15 PM Report
lol, kids eh, we cant live with em but we wouldnt be without em would we, lol.
A good, humerous and true write.
I liked this one, lol...
Comment By: FreeJeff on June 1, 2005 03:10:26 PM Report
I love you, heals all wrongs...
Very cute write Tracy.

Comment By: PremiumJillian K. Alexis on May 31, 2005 10:59:15 PM Report
Boy, did u hit the nail on the head with this one sis. I have 2 teens in the same house, so I can deffinetely relate. I love this poem. U did good, little sister. Into my favs. this has to go...Love, your' big sister Jillian
Comment By: FreeJames Lagoski on May 31, 2005 09:45:29 PM Report
Dear Tracy-
This was a great tribute to parents everywhere-
My son just turned 16 last month and it seems kinda wierd thinking that just a short measurement
of time ago he was coming to his new house to small to take care of himself-
Try to take care of him now-LOL-
Tell Tyler I said HAPPY BIRTHDAY from an old Juggalo~
Best Wishes to Him and You Both!
Comment By: Freesharon brown on May 31, 2005 12:25:57 PM Report
You spend the first two years teaching them to walk and talk and the next sixteen telling them to sit down and be quiet.
i know where you are coming from!
nice write
Comment By: PremiumGlata on May 31, 2005 08:50:15 AM Report
The work of a parent is wonderful work, but there are times....Still yet, the rewards are out of this world.
Hugs and great write, sis!


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