Keagan’s Escapades … on family!
Today, I read the many blogs my Mom has wrote about me and her family and some of the blogs about her friends and people she’s never met. In her blogs, she is usually talking about me getting older and becoming a better person and how sad she is about it. But the truth is who isn’t sad when their little boy or little girl are growing into grown men and women.
In some of the blogs, she talks about how I’m either graduating grade 6 and going into grade 7 or talking about how she’s sitting at baseball tryouts watching me chase the ball or trying to catch it. But that’s okay because when she says stuff about my baseball game, she’s not insulting me. She’s helping me become a better person:)
After all those games of baseball — no matter if it’s a win or a lose –she’s always in good spirits. She tells me what I should work on, what I did good on and what I could have done better. Through the many successful hockey games or the unsuccessful baseball games, she never ever yells even though during my twelve years of life, I’ve given her plenty of chances. Whether it was an accident or a temper tantrum, she always talks calmly to me.
That’s why I love my Mom. Even when she’s not one hundred per cent, she tries to keep the mood cheery and not dreadful or sad. I hope that if you have a Mom like that you should cherish every single moment of the life she’s given you and the people she lets you meet … because one day, you won’t have the chance to cherish them.