The Invisible Mother
Kayt Molina

Mothers are not invisible, they are mom. What greater thing can there be? Nothing! And as a teacher you get to play a very important role of the each and every child that is in contact with you, just like a mom. You will see things that most men only hear about and in my case only understood when I had the opportunity to spend more time with my first grandchild.

Thanks for a good read and something that makes me think about how fortunate I was in later life to experience some things that moms experience.

And just so you know that if there aren’t any socks in the drawer I go down to the dryer and get them out. Also when I was in first grade I didn’t know my dad’s first name.

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