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TolunaTeamAUNZ

  1 month ago

Share a memory of your mother - win 1,000 points!
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With Mother's Day almost here, we have another chance for you to win bonus points this week.

In the comments below, share a cherished memory that you have of your mum. 10 comments will be picked at random to receive 1,000 points each!

You have until Mother's Day 9th May to comment - we look forward to reading them all!
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Tolana1

  1 month ago
I miss my mummy so much;}
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katesclbi

  1 month ago
Cuddles when I was a child were always the best
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kimlouise3

  1 month ago
My mum she just loves flowers esp
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littlelau2018

  1 month ago
My Mum is always helping out, she is there when I need her most. She is kind, loving and caring.
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E8388036v83

  1 month ago
They say you take things and people close to you for granted until you have them no more. Such is the tragedy of life. Appreciate your love ones today. Happy Mother's Day
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kellywest82

  1 month ago
Having come close to losing her, it makes you appreciate the small things. I love that she is able to spend time with her grandkids.
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Stonehenge

  1 month ago
Though she's no longer with me, I still think of her every day. Much of what I do, say and feel, reminds me of Mum and her ways. As always since she's passed, Mother's Day isn't the same.
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bmw4scw4eva

  1 month ago
I was about five months pregnant with my third son when mum told me she thought she was pregnant , and that she thought about keeping it until she realised ,much to everyone's shock, it was menopause
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E7647617

  1 month ago
I can remember my Mum looking after 11 children and helping on the farm we had in a small country village in Germany. She was a gentle person and had compassion for all. Sadly she past away when 52 years old from Cancer. I never had the chance to talk to her as adult but would love to have a long chat with her about her life during World War 2 and bringing up her children with out modern equipment. We did not have electricity until I was 8 years old but I had a beautiful childhood experiences where we could run around the yard, chancing chickens and collecting eggs, climbing trees and always had some one to play with. Great memories and cherish my childhood life.
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malvina54

  1 month ago
I went to the local shops and bought my mum a glass vase, with my pocket money, but on the way home I dropped it and my heart was broken. When I got home my brother and Dad took me back down to the shops and helped me so I could purchase another one. So grateful for having a wonderful family.
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