This past weekend we celebrated Mother's Day. As a mother of two teen girls, it is nice that they are old enough to make independent decisions about how to acknowledge this designated day, especially since my husband was feeling under the weather. For my part, I had chosen Sunday to attend to my flower garden in the front yard which had given us a glorious display of Spring bulbs but was now being taken over by baby weeds sprouting throughout the mulch. This is a sizable bed, and I was hoping that my girls would offer to help me with this task. Alas, that didn't happen, but I enjoyed a beautiful drawing and an invitation to take my oldest to work before the start of her shift so that she could cook a special dinner for us to share.
Any mother will tell you that raising children is the most rewarding and most frustrating and at times disappointing challenges of life. It's complicated at times and effortless at others. It's filled with moments of confidence and doubt, mistakes and triumphs, laughter and angry words. No matter the path, motherhood is an occupation of choice that lasts years beyond sending your kids to college or walking them down the aisle.
As a mother and business owner, I find the many similarities in these roles to be striking.
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