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November 10, 2008


Same thing happens when they leave for college. It's great! They actually become human! (And realize you are, too!)

I hope the trend continues with you back at home!

I'm almost 30 and I still have to talk to my mom every day.

So the secret is that when she's 14 I get to go to Hawaii?

I can live with that.

AWWW that is so sweet! I am so happy for you!

Really makes all that money spent on that vacation worth it, doesn't it? Even if it was twice as much.


I'd be smiling a (sort of smug) little smile about that, too. Yay, mom!

I've become closer to my mother as I've gotten older -- and as my own daughter has reached the ripe old age of 21.

That's so sweet. I hope it continues too, what an amazing relationship.

Awww... You'll have to go away more often!

A friend of mine recently went on a week's trip, and her 14 yr old daughter missed her terribly, which was indeed a pleasant surprise for the mom. :)

When I went to Hawaii 3 years ago, for my brother's wedding, I thought it would be hardest on my youngest boy, who was only 3 at the time! But he was happy with Grandma. It was the oldest boy who missed me most. Yes, it made me happy inside.

I have a need to talk to my daughter every day, too. She is 34,soon to be 35, and calls me with all her news all the time. Hubby does not understand why we need to do this, but hey, who cares. I LOVE it.

Gute Arbeit hier! Gute Inhalte.

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