Holiday Mom: Erin

yhm erinTo My Delight, My Pride, My Holiday Child,

Here we are, in the thick of the holiday season. On paper, we love this time of year. As the days become shorter and colder, people rush to get out of the chill, to get indoors and sink into the warmth of their cozy homes. Every night, more and more windows begin to fill with twinkling fairy lights, little pinpricks of brightness and color in the dark.

On paper, this is a season of anticipation and excitement. We plan menus and parties. We anticipate trips and visits with our families, people we love so much that we may not see as often as we like. We pick gifts we hope will please the people we love, and wait anxiously for the moment when we can watch their eyes light up and revel in the joy of giving.

But as wonderful and beautiful and glorious as the world is, sadly, it is not as simple as it is on paper.

Sometimes the holidays hurt. This is true for many people, for many reasons, big and small; but for people who are marginalized, abandoned, or degraded simply because of their identity, the hurt can be monumental. I can’t claim to know what you are going through. All I can do is do what I can from far away to heal those hurts, however I can.

I want to give you the love and warmth you may not receive from the family you were born to. I want to give you a place of safety and love, to see joy shining out of your eyes, to fill your belly and your heart. I want to welcome you home, to rub the warmth back into your fingers as you come in from the cold, to kiss your hair and tell you how happy I am to see you, beautiful, perfectly imperfect, warts-and-all you.

While I can’t hold you in my arms, I hold you in my heart, today, tomorrow, every day if you need it. I am your Holiday Mom, but my love for you is not limited to these quiet, dark months. I love you every minute of every day. You are such a gift to me: your presence, your essence, your history, your future, everything that makes you YOU. My world is brighter and fuller because I know a person like you is out there, making the universe so glorious. Every day this holiday season, I promise to think about you, with all your beauty and bravery, and to send you love and light.

I am proud of you. I delight in you. You are a blessing and you are beloved.

Happy Thanksgiving! Merry Christmas! Joyous Kwanzaa! Hanukkah Sameach! Peace on earth and in your wonderful, lovely heart.

Love always, every day, every moment,

Erin, Your Holiday Mom

74 comments

  1. M says:

    Erin

    I’m new to this, and I never thought that a letter like this could make me cry. I’ve come back everyday to read this since it came to my inbox. I’m turning 15 in a few days, and I haven’t come out as pansexual to my mom. She’s the only parent in my life and she is against same sex relationships, but won’t even tolerate bisexuals or pansexuals. This time of year can really be hard, so I just want to thank you. Thank you for letting me in even though you don’t know me. As a 15 year old, I just really appreciate that you’re who you are.

    Love,

    M

    • Erin says:

      M, thank you so much for writing. I love to hear from you. I think you are so brave: being a teenager can be a complex, scary time, even more so without support. Every day that you are being YOU is a victory. I am so proud of you and your beautiful heart.

      Always,
      Erin/Mom

  2. James says:

    I have just found this website and it has already filled my heart with love. I want to say thank you. When I read your letter, I felt as if I had a mom who truly loves me for me. I am trans and I’m very lonely. I wish I could celebrate the holidays with a family who loves the real me. Thank you for opening your heart to let me in. I hope you find happiness and peace this holiday season. <3

    • Erin says:

      James, thank you so much for your letter; it makes my heart so happy to hear from you. Your wishes for love and peace for me are exactly what I wish for you. I hope that these letters bring love and light into your holiday season. Know that you are blessed and beloved.

      Always,
      Mom

  3. J says:

    I’m touched by the entire aim of this website…I’m transgender and have been transitioning for 6 months. My parents can see something changing but they don’t know what. When I came out the first time as liking women they cut me out of their lives for about half a year. I know that when the changes get to intense to hide anymore they will leave me again. I’ve been lucky enough to find a kind hearted woman like the group of you on the site in my real life who has adopted me as her son. It’s so nice to feel unconditionally loved.I have new little sisters as well and I’m my mind if a 5 year old can get it why can’t my parents? What you do is important. This website will be a daily checkup to me. Thanks for caring about all of us out there. You are the true meaning of do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.

    • Erin says:

      J, I’m so, so happy to know you have found us, and that you have someone in your every-day life to treat you as her son! You deserve all the peace and happiness that the love of a mother brings… I’m glad I get to share it with you!

      Always,
      Mom

  4. cass says:

    Crying. I miss my Mom and Dad so much!!! I have felt alone no matter who is around since they have been gone.

    • Erin says:

      Cass, I’m so sorry you’ve been missing your parents. My hope for you is that you feel their love and pride in you every day. In the meantime, I hope my love for you gives you a touch of brightness in the dark.

      Always,
      Mom

  5. Brandi says:

    Dear Holiday Mom,
    I want to send a huge, warm, and loving thank you to you. I have been struggling for years with feelings of abandonment. I have a loving partner and their family has gone out of their way to make sure I’m welcomed and feel at home with them for the holidays and for my birthday. I still struggle with the hurt and anger I harbor for my family. My mothers family wants nothing to do with me, my fathers family is much more accepting (aside from my father).
    It hurts me during the holidays when I’m told I’m not welcome and to not attempt to show up for the family festivities.
    Knowing that there are people out there who write these letters, and truly care, warms my heart. It helps heal the hurt that causes my heart to become brittle and broken.
    All of you who write these are strong and loving.

    Thank you,
    Brandi

    • Dawn Binkley says:

      Hi Brandi.

      I just found this site on today and you are the very first letter I am going to answer. Your letter was amazing and you talk a lot about strength, but wow, you have it ten fold. I can see how abundant your strength is by your words. It was wonderful to meet you. Hugs.

      Dawn

      • Brandi says:

        Dear Dawn,
        My strength comes from years of hurt and pain. I’ve learned that it’s not the problem that I suffer from, but my attitude about the problem. I spend an hour a day in meditation to overcome my attitude. Because of this all aspects of my life have become less of a struggle. They still hurt and hinder me, but I count on myself to stay whole.

        Love,
        Brandi

        • Dawn Binkley says:

          That’s awesome. I too meditate and do yoga everyday and I can say the meditation has truly saved my life as well. I am so proud of you.

          Hugs,
          Dawn

    • Erin says:

      Brandi, thank you for your loving letter. I’m so happy to know you and your partner have support with their family, though it breaks my heart to hear your family is not accepting. I think you have a beautiful, tender heart in spite of that, and that is such a gift. I’m so proud of you.

      Always,
      Mom

  6. Baylie Mae says:

    Dear Holiday Mom,

    It’s been a rough year all around. Personally I’ve been struggling with the idea of coming out to my Mother. I am terrified that she’ll never understand. Mostly because sometimes I talk to her about the Lgbtqa+ community and the things she says are terrible and scary.

    When I read your letter I started to cry. They were bittersweet but more good than bad. Because. there is one thing you and my Mother have in common. It’s the way you express your love for others in writing. As I continued reading (and crying) a feeling of Peace settled over me in a way I haven’t felt in a very long time. It’s that moment of peace I’m going to carry with me to the Christmas Eve Party at my Grandma’s, it’s that moment of Peace I’m going to carry with me to New Years, I’m going to keep this little piece of Peace with me for when I’m feeling sad (right next to the girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes and cream colored ponies).

    Thank you Holiday Mom, it’s such an indescribable comfort to know that I am so loved and accepted. I hope that all your food is good, the weather you get is nice, and that all your fingers stay paper cut free when you and the rest of the family open presents.

    I am so greatful for you, I love you very much.

    One Of Your Holiday Kiddos,
    Baylie Mae

    • Erin says:

      Baylie Mae, I think you most have inherited your mother’s talent for writing: your letter made me feel so loved. I am so sorry this year has been so hard. I hope more than anything that when you are ready to come out to your mother that it is an affirming experience for you. You deserve it. I love you so.

      Always,
      Mom

  7. Kari says:

    I found your page because my therapist has me working on remembering adults from my childhood who showed me love, and that is a completely gut-wrenching task, so I asked Google for help. I haven’t spoken to my mom in six years. I miss her so much, it I have to remind myself all the time that I miss a person who is t really there. She isn’t able to be the mom I need, and that’s not her fault, but it’s not mine either. It’s so hard to just keep believing that, to not be eaten away with envy for my friends with loving families. None of us are earns that, we’re simply lucky enough to have it some times, and unlucky at other times.
    Thank you for helping people remember they deserve to be loved. It’s so hard to be strong when you forget that.

    • Erin says:

      Kari, thank you for your letter; it makes me so happy to hear from you. May I say how proud I am of you for the wise, gracious, loving way you are dealing with your sadness? It’s not an easy thing to do. Keep your heart tender and keep fighting. I love you.

      Always,
      Mom

  8. Lou says:

    Dear Holiday Mom,

    It is these little bits and pieces I love in these letters “I want to welcome you home, to rub the warmth back into your fingers as you come in from the cold, to kiss your hair and tell you how happy I am to see you, beautiful, perfectly imperfect, warts-and-all you.”

    They make me cry and feel wanted and I am ever so grateful so thank you. You warm my heart and I am speechless for the love you provide in a few words. It really means a lot.

    So thank you again. x

    • Erin says:

      Lou, thanks for writing. It makes me so happy to hear from you. I hope you know just exactly how very wanted you are. Like your holiday siblings, I am so glad to have you as my special child. I love you.

      Always,
      Mom

  9. Christina says:

    mom, thank you so much for these nice words!! i feel like a tiny burden was lifted from me after reading your letter.. as a closeted polyromantic/polyamorous lesbian whos pretty much stuck living under a homophobic roof for the next little while (im 15 and, to be honest, eagerly awaiting college) the holiday season pretty much always has me on edge 🙁 i just feel like a lot of the love i receive would be very different if people knew about this significant part of my identity, because most people would like me a lot less!! but thats beside the point, because in this vast expanse of the internet i can feel your digital arms around me and its.. everything. i wish i could have just one positive open minded role model like you in my life irl!
    hoping you have a wonderful [whatever you personally celebrate],
    christina❤️

    • Erin says:

      Christina, I’m so happy to hear from you! I’m sorry your home isn’t a place of safety and ease right now; I remember how hard it can be to wait for one’s “real life” away from home to begin. I’m glad we have each other… and to paraphrase one of my favorite role models, Albus Dumbledore, “Yes, this is happening on the internet. But why should that mean this isn’t real life?”

      Always,
      Erin

    • Lynn says:

      Dear Christina,
      Sending you love and acceptance over this holiday season! I have been in your shoes, and 15 was a rough year for me too. This too, shall pass! You’re getting stronger with every passing day, figuring your way into young adulthood! You have a lifetime to make friends who will become your supportive loving family, so keep true too yourself and keep your heart open! You’re doing great and I’m giving you the biggest hug right now! Stay strong!

  10. Gabby says:

    Hi Mom
    Thank you so much for this. I’m a transgender girl (MTF) and the holidays are always so stressful for me because I constantly get misgendered and forced to be someone I’m not. This letter already made me feel a bit better, thanks
    Love, Gabby

    • Erin says:

      Gabby, thank you for writing! I love to hear from you. I’m so sorry to hear about these little cruelties you have to endure. I’m proud of you for remaining kind and loving in the face of meanness. I love you.

      Always,
      Mom

        • Angelic says:

          So glad you joined us here, Gabby. In our holiday celebration, you have full control over how you present & who you are & how you engage. We don’t need anything, but we so appreciate what you add to our mix. Just as you are, we are glad to have you here.
          Love, Mama Angelic

  11. Lyman says:

    Dear mum,
    Thank you so much for this letter. I needed it a lot right now as my birth family hasn’t been so nice to me right now, and my girlfriend hasn’t spoken to me in twelve days. Thank you so much for this support, like I said I need it a lot right now.
    Love,
    Lyman(your holiday son)

    • Erin says:

      Dear Lyman, thank you so much for writing. It means the world to me to hear from you. I’m sorry things are hard between you and your girlfriend right now… I truly hope things improve, and that you both come to a place of love and kindness. Be well.

      Always,
      Mom

  12. rosie says:

    Dear mom Erin,
    thank you so much for this letter. I am crying while writting you because your letter touched me so much. Thank you for loving me the way I am.
    Love,
    Rosie

    • Erin says:

      Rosie, thank you for writing! I am so, so happy to hear from you. You are lovely and unique and I am so blessed to be your mom.

      Always,
      Mom

  13. Haze/John says:

    Dear Erin my holiday mom.

    Thank you so much for loving me every single day. It means more then words can express that you are taking time out of your day to think of me and all the other people out there who need a mom.

    ~your genderqueer holiday child.

  14. Mark says:

    Dear Mom,

    I can’t thank you enough for your letter. As I sit here with hurt in my heart and my eyes, I can picture myself coming home to you and the comfort of your love. You’d warm my fingers, kiss my hair, and give me a big bowl of that soup you know I like on the coldest days. We’d talk and laugh and I would feel the acceptance and joy of being accepted and loved and wanted just as I am. When I see the holiday fairy lights, I’ll be thinking of you and how you’ve brought light into my life with your love.

    With all my love,
    Mark

    • Erin says:

      Mark,

      Thank YOU for your letter. I am so happy to hear from you. I hope that today brings healing to your heart… Even if it’s only a little bit. What’s your favorite soup? My specialty is potato leek, but I would love to learn a new recipe for you. I love you so.

      Always,
      Mom

  15. Ona says:

    Dear Mom,
    It’s odd calling you that when at age 50, I Might be twice your age! But I had to write and thank you for your letter. My family did not call from the Thanksgiving dinner yesterday (I Live 500 miles away now) and it hurt, again, even when logically it shouldn’t anymore. My biomom did call much later but that is a call fraught with peril. I took it because I was desperate for family contact and it went okay I guess. She did not acknowledge my girlfriend. The child in me wants more, while the adult in me knows I have to create what I want and need. Thanks for helping me do that and helping so many of my queer siblings find the same. Your letter made me sob, for myself and my queer family. Thank you more than I can say.

    Ona

    • Erin says:

      Ona,

      Thank you for your letter. I’m so glad to hear from you. Let’s say I will be a Mom to the child in you and the loving friend to the adult. I hope you feel love and joy today. I hope your girlfriend is well, and that she knows what a gift she has in you. I’m so proud of you.

      Always,
      Mom/Erin

  16. Kylie says:

    A friend recommended this to me due to recent events (i knew coming out wasn’t going to be pretty but now i just want to go back to that day and stop myself) and i’m so happy that i did. This has helped me so much and i can’t thank you enough. Support feels really good.

    • Erin says:

      Kylie, any time at all, I am here for you. I am so sorry times are hard now: I believe that there will come a day when you are glad you came out. I hope it is sooner rather than later. I love you. I’m proud of you!

      Always,
      Mom

  17. Jamie says:

    Dear Holiday Mom,
    Thank you so much. I can’t even to begin to put into words how much this means to me, how much you mean to me.
    Let me tell you, I only occasionally cry, and I very rarely cry with joy. But this made me cry with joy.
    Today has been a terrible day, Mom, with my depression taking hold many times. I said I wanted to die so many times today.
    People have misgendered me on purpose, used my incorrect name on purpose, flung pencils at me and left me out of their plans, whilst inviting someone else right in front of me.
    I broke down crying over seven times today, the weight of being transgender heavy on my mind, and this was exactly what I needed to come home to.
    To hear that I am loved by my holiday mom, was everything. I may annoy you my punk/emo music playing too loud, but I’m so glad that you’re always here for me.
    Love, your Holiday Son,
    Jamie

    • Peg says:

      Jamie,
      I am concerned.
      I’m glad that the Holiday Mom letter made you feel good but you need to talk with someone. Saying you want to die so many times in one day is NOT OK.
      I Love You and want the best for you! Please find someone ~ friend, counselor, crisis center, whatever, and get yourself into a safe place.
      You deserve to be treated better, you deserve to be loved but most of all, you deserve to be safe.
      I Love You,
      Mom Peg

    • Erin says:

      Jamie, I’m so happy to hear from you: it made my day. First, I agree with Mom Peg; if you are feeling hopeless today, please find someone local who can also help you. (You can also email me at [email protected]). I’m so sorry today has been so bad; I hope it gets better tomorrow. I’m here for you any time at all, and you could never annoy me. (Maybe we can mix in some Bad Religion with the emo.)

      Always,
      Mom

    • Erin says:

      Jamie, I wrote a reply to you but I’m not sure if it posted. I’m so happy to hear from you: it made my day. First, I agree with Mom Peg; if you are feeling hopeless today, please find someone local who can also help you. I’m so sorry today has been so bad; I hope it gets better tomorrow. I’m here for you any time at all, and you could never annoy me. (Maybe we can mix in some Bad Religion with the emo.)

      Always,
      Mom

      • Angelic says:

        Jamie,

        I’m so glad you’re here & that you know you are loved! We love having you here no matter what your music is nor how loud. We really hope to have you join us for many, many holidays to come.

        Please keep resources nearby, such as:
        The nation’s only 24/7 crisis intervention and suicide prevention lifeline for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning young people ages 13 to 24.

        1-866-4-U-TREVOR (866-488-7386)

        Find more #s at:
        http://www.itgetsbetter.org/pages/get-help/

        Much love & hugs to you, Mama Angelic

        • Jamie says:

          Thank you so much to all of my holiday mothers. I’m currently trying to get help, as I have been for over a year, and recently I had a few councelling sessions. However, it was only a five week course and I wasn’t given any other support, as well as being given the wrong type of counselling (I asked for help with depression and anxiety and they found a counsellor that dealt with gender identity. Not that she didn’t help, but she didn’t help with the right things) Currently my to be house leader is working with my current house leader, to get me the help I need to help me through my exams.
          Needless to say, some days are worse than others, but I myself am becoming more and more worried that I may have depression. Hopefully my teachers will be able to help me out and will find me the support I need.
          I love you all very much, for all your love and support during this difficult time of misgendering and dysphoria.
          With Lots (and Lots) of Love, Your Holiday Son, Jamie

          • Erin says:

            Hi my dear Jamie. I’m sorry it took me a few days to respond – your holiday brother is sick, and now so am I! (Tis the season!)

            There are few things more frustrating than being a part of a broken system, don’t you think? I so hope you get the proper counseling you have requested. Until then, again, if you are feeling in despair, don’t forget how loved you are (and that there are immediate resources outside of your house and counselors that can help you). I love you very much, Jamie, I hope you stay well, son.

  18. Melanie says:

    Dear Holiday Mom.
    I first found this group of amazing people last year and am so glad to get them again this year. It always brings me joy I haven’t felt in a while about the holiday season to read these. I’m a closeted pansexual with only a couple of my closest friends knowing along with having OCD, GAD, and some kind of depression disorder. But when I read your letters all of that fades away leaving just a little girl waiting excitedly for Christmas. Thank you so much!
    <3 Your Holiday daughter,
    Melanie.

    • Erin says:

      Melanie, I’m so glad to hear from you. Thes letters give me joy too–hearing from you and your holiday siblings is such a gift. Have a wonderful day. I love you!

      Always,
      Mom

  19. Riley says:

    Dear Holiday Mom,
    Thank you so much for you letter. These days it’s hard to even muster the courage to get out of bed sometimes. But when I woke up and saw your letter, I felt like I could take on the world.
    I have struggled with depression for a good portion of my life. There has been times where my gender identity and sexuality has triggered it or made it worse. And my family hasn’t always been helpful.
    I remeber being young and feeling like I belonged camping with the boys rather than shopping with the girls. I identified myself more with the boyscouts than the girlscouts. I thought it was normal and okay, until my mom told me what transgender was when J was 5. At first I was happy to find something that described me, but I heard the tone in my mother’s voice that made me think she wasn’t too keen on the idea. Growing up, I remember thinking, “Am I transgender?” But not being able to answer the question, because I was afriad that the answer was yes, and my mom wouldn’t like that.
    When I finally found out that I was in fact transgender and liked mulitiple genders, my heart sank. Going into high school seemed scary when you’re LGBTQ and is even harder when you’re parents don’t support you 100%.
    Hiding all of this made me feel awful and even depressed. I went into dark times where I turned to self-harm and thought about suicide everyday.
    Now, I’m taking this one step at a time and working to kick depression in the butt. Your letter really helped me today, and gave me the courage to get out of bed with a smile on my face. I feels great to known someone cares about me unconditionally. Thank you.
    With great love,
    Riley.

    • Erin says:

      Dear dear Riley, thank you for your letter! It makes me so happy to hear from you. I want you to know how proud I am of you for waking up and facing the world today. Your determination is INSPIRING. I couldn’t be prouder or happier to be your mom. I love you.

      Always,
      Mom

  20. Mars says:

    I’m not close to my Family due to a life of mental and physical abuse that no one acknowledges still perpetuates in the small things in small comments and unrequited affectionate gestures that like an idiot I still offer up. I sent them all a Thanksgiving text wishing them well and no one responded. I don’t know why I try because I think I hurt myself when I try to reach out to them and it’s silly. reading your email made me cry I’m so grateful that you wrote this into reading this early in the morning on a cold dark winter alone in my apartment and I will think about you and know that someone like you will love me in the future. thank you.

    • Erin says:

      Mars, thank you for your letter, sweetheart. I’m so happy to hear from you. I think it is very brave to reach out to your family, even when it hurts. I love you today and every day in the future. Stay warm today, and know how happy I am that you’re my child.

      Always,
      Mom

  21. Daniel says:

    Hi, Mom,

    I hope today you don’t go Black Friday shopping, it’s going to be a madhouse today. I’m working at an arts and crafts store today on this Black Friday and I really hope I don’t get any bad customers today. I’ve been doing good at my new job, my work doesn’t know it, but the customers are using my pronouns without question because my name tag says Danny. It makes me so so happy. Of course I can’t tell my birth family this because they would get upset, being closeted is hard. I’m glad I have you. Your message almost had me in tears.
    Thank you, Happy Black Friday!
    ~Daniel

    • Erin says:

      Hello Daniel, my dear! I’m so happy to hear from you. No, I won’t be doing any Black Friday shopping today. I’m not a big fan of crowds, are you? I’m so, so happy to know you have a chance to be yourself, even if it’s “just” at work. I can’t wait for the day when you get to be Daniel all day, every day, everywhere.

      Always,
      Mom

  22. Abigail says:

    Dear holiday mom, reading this, I feel at home. I’m not scared of being outed or degraded by a conservative dad who doesn’t know how much his words hurt. I truly feel as though I can go to you and have a home for the holidays, bring my girlfriend, maybe some cookies? Thank you so much for the time you put into this, and the feeling of security it brings me. Love you.

    • Erin says:

      Abigail, my darling, you and ANYONE you love are always, always welcome. Also, I never say no to cookies–shortbread is my favorite, tied for first place with anything you make for me. I love you.

      Always,
      Mom

  23. Riley says:

    This warmed my heart on this cold morning… Thank you so much for making me feel loved when I usually feel so lost and unworthy and full of hate for myself. I know I am a lesbian but I can’t even say the word because I hate it so much. Thank you for taking the time to write this lovely letter.

    • Mary says:

      Riley, It makes me sad to know that you hate yourself and hate what you are. You are wondrously made. You are perfect just as you are and worthy of love. I pray for the day when you can smile into the mirror and say “lesbian.”

    • Erin says:

      Riley, my love, thank you for writing. Will you do me a favor today? Be gentle with yourself today. You are my beloved child, and every word that describes you–including lesbian–is a word of beauty and value. I’m so proud of you.

      Always,
      Mom

  24. Mic says:

    Writing from South Africa. I’m genderqueer and bisexual. Have waited all my life to have my mom say stuff like this. I’m an adult now with my own children and I saw this and signed up for it this year just out of curiosity. Every time I read one of these letters I cry and my heart breaks but also in a funny way it heals a bit, knowing that there are people out there with so much love in their hearts for their own families that they have enough to want to share it with others who need it at this time of year. It makes me feel like despite all the bad and sad news about bombings and shootings and so on that we see on social media, the human race is not so bad. While there are people like you are there who care enough to do things like this for people you have never met and will never meet but for whom you are providing such meaningful healing words… things are not so bad. Thank you. <3

      • Erin says:

        Nickolas, thank YOU for writing. I’m so happy to hear from you. You are not alone today: my heart is with you. I love you.

        Always,
        Mom

        • nickolas says:

          thank you I have been alone so long. I am just so sad around the holidays. I sometimes just lay in bed and just block the day out. I am an adult who has been on my own since I was 12. I am transgender man just starting to find who I really am. thank you for these kind words.
          nic

          • Erin says:

            Nic, it breaks my heart to know how lonely you feel during the holidays. While I’m glad that these letters help, I hope you can find someone – a friend or a counselor – who is physically near you to help. I’m proud of you for getting out of bed on the days that it is hard. Be gentle to yourself and be well.

            Always,
            Mom

    • Erin says:

      Mic, thank you so much for your letter. Do you know, I feel the way you do: sometimes the cruelty of the world seems so much. I’m so glad to know how much love we are capable of. It gives me peace. Be well today.

      Always,
      Mom

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