Good evening everybody,
This is a blessed day. I am standing here to speak about my mom. My mom was a very special lady. She always cooked tea cakes and sweet potato bread. When I used to come home from school she was waiting for us to play cards. As I was growing up and started dating, our boyfriends had to put on Sunday church shoes and had to get her a Rock Creek soda. When my mother told you to do something, she only told you to do it one time, and if you didn’t do it you got knocked down. We could never leave dishes in the sink and if you did my daddy would wake you up at 4:00am in the morning to do the dishes. On Saturdays we use to go to Carls Beach. We all piled up in the car at that time there were no seat belts. Every Sunday we used to go to church. My mom loved to sing in the choir. Also on Sundays we went to aunt May Cook house and we had to dance for her and if we didn’t we got a whipping when we got home. One time me, Lo, and Net went down the country for the summer, and we got on the wrong train and we met this lady named Ms Tate, and she took us over her house and fed us and then she put us on the right train. My mom was very happy. I loved my mother very much.