Monday, May 7, 2012

Mother's Day should be all Week...

One day a year is just not enough time for me to recognize my Mom! This lady has been a driving force in my education, career, beliefs, life and marriage. I think about her every day and I use what she has taught me in my everyday life.
Mom's teach you right and wrong. 
Mom's help you make decisions. 
Mom's hold you when you need holding. 
Mom's encourage and support you. 
Mom's watch over you, even thou you do not know she is there.  
Mom's go to work so your life is better than what she had.
Mom's know what your saying & thinking. 
Mom's drive you to a tutor so you can improve you education. 
Mom's pray for our safety.
Mom's drive you to work so you can earn money to buy a car. 
Mom's tell you it's going to be alright, when you see no hope.
Mom's calm your fears. 
Mom's work shoulder to shoulder with you when a job needs to get done. 
Mom's hand is always on your shoulders even when you do not see her.
Mom's just there! 
Mom, without you, there would be no me.


About the author: Tom Branch, Jr. is a freelance outdoor writer and full time Lieutenant/Firefighter-Paramedic with over 27+ years of service with the Gwinnett County Fire Service in Georgia.  He has been working and consulting in the Outdoor Industry for over 16 years and is currently creating and managing a pro fishing team, developing new products, promoting products through demonstrations, designing packaging, and participates in different forums, radio & television shows.  Tom and his wife, Kim are supporters and volunteers with Operation One Voice. They live north of Atlanta near Braselton, GA with their two labs “Jake” and “Scout."

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