A Letter to My Mom on Mother’s Day

Mom,

Happy Mother’s Day to not only my mom, but my best friend. I’m not just saying that, you really are my best friend, and I wouldn’t have it any other way. I am honestly the luckiest girl in the world to have you as my mother. I can fully be myself around you, and I never have to pretend to be anyone else. I never have to prove myself to you or keep any secrets from you. That’s because you remind me and demonstrate every day that you love me unconditionally, and I of course love you unconditionally as well. 

Since I’m a pretty quiet person, I don’t know how I’d live without someone who sometimes seems to know me better than I know myself. I can vent about anything I want with you, and I think you know every little detail about myself and my life. You are the strongest, most beautiful woman inside and out. Thank you for opening up about your own challenges in your life to help me with my own. You are a perfect demonstration of “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger”, and because of you I am thankful for the challenges I come across because you have taught me that they help me grow as a person. 

It’s hard to be a teenager these days. You help me get through the hard times. I’m sorry for my whining, bad moods, yelling, mean name-calling, selfishness, greediness, and I can go on and on about that bad things I do. But it’s all part of being 14, ya know? We love each other, though, no matter what. We are mother-daughter goals, even closer than the Gilmore Girls. 

Mommy, thank you for being the best mom and best friend I could ever wish for. You are smart, kind, beautiful, open-minded, wise, and overall a wonderful person, and everyone who knows you thinks the same.

Happy Mothers’ Day!

I love you unconditionally,

Jillian

P.S. Happy Mother’s Day to all the other mom’s out there, too. You have a hard job and you do good work. xoxo

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Author: journeytojillianblog

Jillian. 14. 8th Grade. Confused. Searching. Writing my way through.

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