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Being a Mom on Mother's Day

It's fairly common knowledge in these parts I gave up my children when the government wanted to crack down on my toothpaste habit. And I was like, to the police officer that came to my front door, "DON'T YOU TOUCH LITTLE TYRA DON'T YOU PUT YOUR HANDS NEAR MAHOGANY" and began rending my garments, etc. 


Do I miss them? More than the rest of my teeth? Or other miscellaneous things? It's arguable. I've devoted my life to the artform of raising alpacas, and let me tell you, it's worked out marvelously.


My mom, truthfully though, is a wonderful and very strong woman. I've spent a lot of time with her in my life and I haven't seen her in several months. will see her shortly in the summer and she will come visit me once some business clears regarding the health of a family member. I really, really am looking forward to it. I miss seeing cheap dollar movies with my mom when I was growing up. that was our Sunday tradition. sort of tapered off when I entered high school. saw Moulin Rouge and a row of forgettable romantic comedies together. but they were good times, you know, then. 


much love to all the moms out there, especially two of my other favorites, Cara and Jess. MILFzzzzzzzzzz


question:  hottest mom ever? Heidi Klum? Isabella Rossilini? just kidding about the last one because I don't even know if she IS a mom.

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