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Thank You for Everything CELEBRATING MOM
We’re only a fewweeks away from Mother’s Day — In case you forgot, the holiday is coming up on Sunday, May 13 — and I wanted to celebrate by acknowledging all the great moms out there. Now, I knowmost people will call their mother the “best mom ever,” but I have some bad news for you. My mom is actually the best mom of all time.
My mom is an incredibly smart woman. She worked as a speech pathologist for many years, though by the time I came around, Mom wasn’t working anymore. This was pretty fortunate for me, because it meant I got a lot of quality time with her. I am the youngest of four siblings, though my brother, who’s closest to me in age, is 12 years older than me. In a sense, I was an only child for a good portion of my life.
I HAVE A LOT OF GREAT MEMORIES OF TIME SPENT WITH MY MOM, AND MANY OF MY FAVORITES TAKE PLACE ON THE GOLF COURSE.
and I really became obsessed. Throughout my teenage years, Mom and I spent many hours playing golf together, and those are times we continue to reminisce about to this day. All my life, I saw how hard my momworked for our family. She was truly dedicated to us and to the friends she held dear. Mom set a strong example about the importance of being there for others. My mom taught me many lessons, but there are two I consider to be the most important:
Even though Mom stopped working as a speech pathologist, I can’t remember a time when she wasn’t busy. She was really involved in my childhood, volunteering at my school and at various charities, and was an active member of the community. My mom is the definition of a social butterfly and has always had a lot of friends. I can’t count how many times my parents made plans with the many close friends they had, and they never failed to invite all our family over for the holidays each year. To be honest, I think my mom thrives on the chaos and excitement of being around a bunch of people — a trait she passed on to me. I have a lot of great memories of time spent with my mom, and many of my favorites take place on the golf course. As I entered my teens, my familywent to Florida for winter vacations. One year, we all took a golf lesson together. Though my dad wasn’t all that into it, my mom
1. Try your best in all situations. 2. Family is everything.
Mom, thank you for everything you have done to make a positive impact on my life. You’re a wonderful role model, and I wouldn’t be where I am today without your guidance.
I love you.
–Dr. Harrison Linsky
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