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Julie Scoville Palmisano sent us this extraordinary Mother's Day memory! I'm in my 30's now but when I was in kindergarten my mom wore high heels boots to a Mother & daughter tea a teacher was hosting. The problem was, it was in Michigan during winter and there was a lot of snow. My mom wanted to impress me since I had also dressed up. She didn’t complain once, but it was sure fun to see her try to walk in those shoes. Love her SO much.
Here's Nicole Jacob's extraordinary Mother's Day memory: When I was in elementary school, my family lived across the street from my school. My mom would wait and watch until we crossed the street, and she would wave and make a heart with her hands and my little brother and I would do it back to her.
Cathy Van Pelt sent us her extraordinary Mother's Day memory: When I was a child, my mom and I would gather in the bedroom whenever it stormed and watch through the window. To this day, I love watching storms and I never get scared because I felt safe in her arms.