Ellen's mother, Betty, shared a few fond and funny memories from past Mother's Days.

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Donna Campagna
159 days ago

Hi Ellen: I was wondering if you can tell me when and/or if you are planning a Mothers Day Contest. I would love to nominate my mom,,,and I'm so proud of myself for remembering to ask so early,,,I'm so excited..so can you please let me know..I searched your website, but don't see any postings...thanks so much and you are amazing btw!

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Dottie Harmon
456 days ago

Ellen,
You're so lucky to still have your mother. My mom fought a long, brave, fight against cancer but, the cancer won. I think of my Mom all the time and how the simplest little thing we'd make or do for her on Mothers Day would make her happy, or at least we thought so. Not only are you lucky but, your Mother is very lucky having you for her daughter.

Sincerely,

Dottie Harmon

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