I’m talking about my wife, Ann, in this belated tribute to a very unique woman and wonderful mother despite being busy with her job and other things she’s interested in.
Now, I meant to write and send this out two days ago(Mother’s Day) but as you can see, I missed my chance. Anyway, I’m writing this because I am so thankful for everything that she has done for Eric and I over the years. She’s been so, so good helping Eric as he went through the process of applying to and auditioning for different colleges that he was interested in attending. I know that was a ton of work for her, but(100) she never, ever slowed down doing research regarding the schools. tuition rates and possible scholarship opps that Eric could pursue in order to cut into whatever rate he ends up paying.
Eric ended up choosing the University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem. While he auditioned for that school, Ann, of course, helped him with so much of the process from his initial audition to the time he was accepted….because that is what super mothers who care for their child or(200) children always do. For that, I will always be greatly appreciative, my dear.
Sometimes, I ‘m blown away by how Ann stays busy with her time, whether she’s meeting with some prayer group members or taking speaking classes online. And she usually does these things after her regular job! Boundless energy to do the things that she wants to. That’s so impressive!
Anyways, these descriptions of Ann are just a couple, more recent things that have stood out to me through the last few months.(300) Through the years we’ve been married-21 years in June-Ann has always been the type of person that I described above but, as my title says, it’s her job as a mother that she has always done so well.
I love you, Sweetheart! Thank you for all that you have done for us!