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Mother’s Day: She’s Human, Too.

  Words by Mallory Pace   As a child, I saw my parents as just that — parents. Not as 30- or 40-something-year-old human beings. They’re my parents. They make sure I have clothes, food, shelter, an education and love. They know everything — all of life’s secrets, what to do in every situation, how to make money, do taxes, raise a child, be independent, even math. Why wouldn’t they? They’re parents and are like so much older than me, so of course they know right from wrong, good from bad, yes from no. Right? Especially my mom, she had …

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