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countrymouse Just another ordinary day....

My Daughter

Nov 29 2008

I've been so down lately, it feels like I've never been happy..I cant even remember what it feels like.  Today is different.  My daughter comes to visit today!  I am giddy andsmiling and planning a day just for us.  I know she's a grown woman, but I miss her so much.  I hardly ever get to see her anymore and this year we spent our first holiday apart at Thanksgiving.  I was totally lost without her.  I guess I am starting to understand the empty nest syndrome.  I am so happy that she's coming to visit.  I am so grateful that she is my daughter.

She is smart, funny, beautiful and kind.  She makes me laugh till we both cry and today will be a good day, no matter what, just because of her.  She has a way about her.  I've never been more proud of anything or anyone in my life and I love her dearly. 

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written by grafxbydiane, November 29, 2008
aww sorry you did not have here there for the holidays . It is great that you can see her today though
written by starbright, November 29, 2008
hope you have a lovely day with your daughter CM {{{hugs}}}
written by momof2rugrats, November 29, 2008
Awh, how great!!I'm so happy you get to see her today CM!!!How wonderful!Hope you have the greatest day ever!!!
written by zinnia, November 29, 2008
i have those moments with my mom and sister, too. there's something about mothers and daughters, you know? we fight hard but boy oh boy, do we ever love each other and can we ever laugh together. so happy you'll be enjoying this day with your daughter, cm. it's time you had a really happy daysmilies/smiley.gif
written by justrembering, November 29, 2008
You should print that out and let her know how much she means to you. Or tell her.

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