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Hands
By Laura Lee Fall   
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Last edited: Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Posted: Tuesday, September 21, 2010

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This article was actually a birthday card that I made years ago for my two amazing mothers

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            When you first entered the world secure hands held you tightly and always would for a lifetime. From the first step you took those hands were right behind your back to guide every step further. Hands also rocked you snug on sleepless night, as teething had hit.                                                                                                         


 


Furthermore, these incredible hands made your special birthday cake each passing year, as they also handed you the lunch box with much love on your first day of school.                                                                                                                              


 


Suddenly rushing to the rescue and were right there placing the bandage with care, as you scraped your knee countless times learning to ride that bicycle .Nevertheless, helped hold the bike up firmly and guided you safely until you rode off happily by yourself .                                                                                                                            


 


Of course those hands had pointed at you many times throughout your life, as you made certain mistakes, including trying to make breakfast on your own or actually feeding the family dog .While hands pitched in helping you clean the messy kitchen and later cooked dinner along with doing laundry then cleaning up the kitchen all over again.                                                                                                                


 


Since hands never reaches the goal line, as the daily job never ends with these hands working constantly.                                                                                                


 


However, those hands held you very tightly the first time you discovered a broken heart, as they wiped the flowing tears from your weeping eyes.                                                                                                                         


 


In fact hands were there numerous times to pick up the shattered pieces to your heart. Then right there writing out many invitations, as they also helped you zip up your amazing wedding dress.                                                                                            


 


Instantly those hands rose to their face shedding tears of joy, as you walked down the lane. Then clapped and even whistled loudly, as you become a married woman.


 


Soon following comforting hands took hold of your hand tightly and remained at your side, feeding you ice chips or wiping your forehead off with a cloth until the baby cried.                                                                                                                    


 


Quickly reaching out those amazing hands took the child into their arms securely with warmth and much love that would remain from that happy day on.                      


 


Therefore, you sure realize at that magnificent moment when your child had entered this world .You also would walk hand in hand throughout life, as it is truly endless the hands of a mother.

 

 

 

 



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