Today is special for two reasons. First and foremost, today is Mother’s Day and it gives all of us the opportunity to honor our mother. My mom passed away in October of 2006, but on this very special day I still want to remember her. I love and miss you, mom! You were the best mom and you helped shape me into the women I am today. I feel so very blessed and fortunate that you were my mother. Even though it has been nearly four years since your death, you are still loved and missed each and every day and I will forever hold my memories of you within my heart.
Secondly, today is special because Mother’s Day marks the second anniversary of this blog. Hummingbirds for Mom was started as a way, through our shared love of hummingbirds, to honor and keep mom’s memory alive. Even though she is not here for me to share with her my new found knowledge of hummingbirds, I love the fact that through this blog I am able to pass this knowledge on to all who visit this site.
I feel certain that my mom would be astounded and thrilled by all the knowledge about hummingbirds I have gained since this blog began. It is my sincere desire to continue to provide you with quality information on the subject of hummingbirds for a long time to come. If you have a particular topic you would like to see discussed, a question or a comment, please feel free to contact us. It is always nice to hear from anyone who visits the blog.
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Thanks to all of you who visit this site. I love being able to provide you with quality information about hummingbirds and look forward to doing it for a long time to come.
Happy Mother’s Day and keep on enjoying those hummingbirds!