A Taste of Chicken Soup for the Mother's Soul 2
No one in the world will ever have a hold on our hearts the way a mother does. Mothers give us life, take care of us, teach us how to be our very best selves. And no matter how old we get, we'll always be the child she held in her arms and comforted us when we were afraid. How can we ever thank them enough for all they have done for us? It is, after all, teh hardest job anyone can do. This collection is just a small taste of the ways some of our contributors have expressed gratitude for their mothers' love and devotion.
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