To the mother who taught me my love for english and teaching all at a young age.
To the mother who told my Dad that they needed to support me 100% in my decision to want to major in Theatre Performance. That piece of advice which to this day still warms my heart and teaches me true love and sacrifice.
To the mother who introduced me to my first love, New York City and let my little head fill with dreams.
To the mother who would take time out of her birthday weekend to drive me to Lynchy to see some old friends and get recharged with a new focus and let my cup fill over with love.
To the mother who would gladly give up the last Diet Coke for me even though she knows I am a pepsi person and am just being selfish at this point.
To the mother who has sat through countless musicals (though it's not her thing) just so that I had someone to go with.
To the mother who showed me it's never too late to dream big and to go after it.
To the mother who inspires me daily with how much she truly enjoys her job, and fuels me to get to that point one day.
To the mother who I can go to about a boy, a fight I had with a friend, or will proof read my essays for me if I give her enough time in advance (and mind you... I'm 21 years old).
To the mother who forgives me when I haven't had my morning coffee and act out selfishly and snap at her.
To the mother who will never agree with my sense of style, but will still let me know I look nice.
To the mother who taught me the importance of the candy gram cards, scrapbooking, or goodie bags that look like Madeline's house.
To the mother who drove me to dance for seven years.
To the mother who has taught me what it's like to be a Godly wife, mother, and friend.
To the mother who constantly encourages me to be the best, who picks me up when I fall down, and who is a great role model.
I love you with all my heart mommy, have the best day.