My Son Forgets Mother’s Day Every Year

And I know exactly why

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I gotta tell ya, I have a pretty good kid. He’s responsible, mature-ish, hard working, funny, loving, you know, all the wonderful traits we all want to see in our kids.

He’s 34 and I think I did pretty good job raising him. I’m proud of him.

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