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Texts From My Mom

Now that I’m away at college, I no longer see my mom every single day. This means that we’ve been texting each other a lot more often. Most of our conversations are pretty routine–she’ll ask how everything is going, I’ll text a one-word response back, and that’ll be the extent of our communication for the day. But some of the texts she sends me are a bit more incomprehensible than others. Since today happens to be my mom’s birthday, I thought I’d share some of my favorites.

After I asked her to send me pictures of the Massachusetts foliage:


Not really sure what your reasoning is here, Mom, but ok


Random picture of a moth. Um, thanks, I guess?






I don’t know what those words mean, Mom.


Um, excuse me?


Mom what are you doing


Please stop


Ok, I’ll take your word for it.


Strange as they may be, my mom’s texts never fail to make me smile, and I wouldn’t trade them for anything. Thanks, Mom! Happy birthday!

One Comment

  1. this was hilarious wow your mom is great