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I love my mom: a photo essay

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  • I would like to thank my mommy for always loving me and being there for me. My mom’s name is Megan, and she is my absolute rock and always has been.

  • My mom has always made my birthdays special. This was my third birthday party, and it was princess themed. My mom made sure it was a wonderful day to remember.

  • I love spending the summer with my mom. I’d rather spend every day with my mom than go out with others—my mom just gets me.

  • My mom is my biggest supporter; she has always been by my side even in the hardest of times.

  • I have lived vicariously through my mother and who she is. She is my favorite person.

  • My mom has a heart of gold, and she has taught me everything I know about my character and who to be as an individual.

  • My mom is the most incredible woman I know. I love you forever mom and would like to thank you for everything you do for me.

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Enola potter
Enola potter, Writer
Enola Potter is a junior. She enjoys spending time with her kitty, long drives, and dancing to music. She is part of Mead's varsity cheer team as well as speech & debate. She is looking forward to writing more opinion pieces, poetry, cheering at football games, and meeting new friends.
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