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5/6/2014 4 Your Mom Let You Grow INSIDE Her So Show Her Some Gratitude!

You guys! (I should look back and see how many blog and facebook posts start with "You guys!") Mother's Day is Sunday! I know! If you're anything like me, you looked at your calendar and tried to decide if a handmade card and macaroni necklace could really suffice,  AGAIN!


It's my job to make your life better, so here you go. We are giving away any one item, anything you choose, to someone tomorrow. It can be an apron, a wine bag, whatever you decide!  All you have to do to enter to win is to tell us something unique about your mom. You can write it on Twitter, here on Ye Olde Blog or on our Facebook. Heather and I will pick a winner by 2pm Thursday, May 8. That should give you time to pick one out and have us ship it to you or her. If you choose Twitter, be sure to add @madebyamyd to your post so we see it.

AmyD, apron, beer pocket apron, Giveaway

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    May 6, 2014 David M says:

    Mom has been teaching for over 35 years and is considering retirement soon, but rather than stopping teaching is planning on volunteering to help needy kids learn the skills they need to excel in the future.

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    May 6, 2014 Kristin says:

    Seriously, my mom has only farted in front of me one time in my life. She proceeded to blame it on me. Worst smell ever.

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    May 6, 2014 Shannon B. says:

    My mother has a fat suit that has a thong and tassels attached to it. Whenever she gets the chance, she will wear this...sober. She has worn it up at Put-In-Bay during Christmas weekend, Halloween contests, or just to embarrass someone for their birthday. Her only goal is to put a smile on someone's face and she doesn't care if she looks like an ass doing it. That is why I love my mom, she is an inspiration and I hope I am 1/2 the mom she was to me!

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    May 7, 2014 Kristen b says:

    My mom is the strongest woman I know. If you ever met her she is likely to come of shy and quiet. One would never guess she has survived a lot and stayed so humble. A few years before I was born, she was in a terrible car accident and not expected to survive. After many surgeries and extensive rehab, she fought on. Her memory and eyesight will never fully recover, and she had to learn to drive again with both feet (leading to some jerky car rides,) but she never lost any of her kindness. Where so many might lose themselves to bitterness, she was strong.

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