Saturday, December 27, 2008

Photo Fridays!: My Mom!


It's Saturday, but pretend like it's Friday! Because I just got my scanner Thursday! Yay! Photo Fridays! Go with it, people!

Photo Fridays is when I share a photo and blog about some aspect of my life related to the photo. YAY! You're all ecstatic, I know!

For Christmas, my Aunt sent some old pics of my Mom so I decided to start off Photo Fridays with a pic of her from high school.

Check out the hair! You all love it!

Basically one of the reasons that I wanted to share a photo of my Mom is that I really do love her. Sometimes we fight and argue, but at the end of the day I am closest to her and I wouldn't be 1/10th of the man I am today without her.

From the time I was a wee mini-munchkin she has been in my corner fighting for me, even from the time I was born and was premature and had some issues, she fought for me then.

She isn't perfect, but she is perfect in her imperfections.

Even after I came out, when we were not each other's favorite person for a few years, she came around eventually, and I always knew she loved me, Unlike me Dad who is a total douchebag, whatever.

We may not be as uber-close as Cesar and his Mom seem to be, but we have a real bond. We are there for each other when it counts,

Yes, I am a fag who loves his Mom, heheh, oh well

Photo Fridays, YAY!


Kalei said...

Such a mamas boy! If my sis sees this she might call me on it, but I have to remind her that parents and "step" parents make mistakes too and that when they did their damage to us as young kids it was at our age now. I know I am far from perfect, and far from knowing how to raise my kids. I know right from wrong and I can do only my best. To compare to others is not realistic. Some people have more to pull from than others. The latin family life is much more matriarchal and loving than the traditional modern home of many US cities, especially Pennsylvania. Hawaii is like that too, very family oriented. For me to compare my closeness to my family with my "C"'s family is unfair. Although there are those imperfections you speak about in every family. I like that you see that. I think for someone who went against the grain in your family and to come out of it in such a great way is pretty awesome.

The Rambler said...

No shame in a boy loving his mama!

I do have a comment, Kalei, but I'll keep it in the dusty trunk left way way in the basement of my mind. Love you though!

Danny C said...

You are the spittin' image of your mother.

At least, as far as I can gather.

The pictures.