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My Beloved Mom

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With Mother's Day coming, I am thinking my mom again. The way she acts, the way she talks, and the way she loves.

She's getting old, but in my memory, she always smiles like spring flower.

Remember it was my junior high school. I was devoted to studying for all exams and too busy to go home. She came to visit and bought all my favorite dishes. It was not that long to travel back home,

but I just can not go home. See her tired look, I was deeply regretful. Nothing should be more important for me to have such a beloved person.

She never complains but only devotes.

After the delicious lunch, she wanted to buy me something nice to wear. But during the shopping, I was angry with her for not be able to give helpful advices for the clothes and I left, leaving her there silent with grief.

The moment I look back, I feel really sorry for what I did. She looked sad and older alone.

She is my dearest love. And I am always the naive child. I go back to hug her.

She fogaved like she always did.

So I guess that is the most spirit I learn from my mom, that is, stay beloved and know how to forgive.

Now I'm getting married, far from my hometown. I hope the wedding ceremony can also bring her more gorgeous once again in my memery.

So I bought 3 suites of sexy mother of the bride dresses from an online store for her, hoping she will be radiant on my biggest day!

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