My Mother's Kiss: A Mother's Day Memory Can Be Found in the Smallest Things by Mindy Hudon, M.S., CCC-SLP
When I was a little girl, I used to watch my mom get ready for work. I was fascinated watching her put on makeup and do her hair. I wanted to be just like her, so I used to pretend to put my makeup on, too.
My favorite part was when she would blot her lipstick on a square piece of tissue and her red lips would be imprinted on the sheet. I would wait patiently until she handed me the square piece of tissue. Happily, I would gallop off with my mother’s kiss. I don’t even know if she realized how special that was to me.
I love you, Mommy, and happy Mother's Day to all!