Emily Andrews,

Who else would I write about on day one hundred?! No one but you, Mom.

I am constantly, constantly learning from you, but within the past two years especially, you've taught me so much about how to love others well.

The love you extend to me and others is indescribable. It's a love that comes straight from Jesus. It's non-judgemental and constantly seeks a higher Purpose. It's so great to have a Mom that I know I can share everything with. I know my words are safe with you and I know that every exciting, scary, and embarrassing part of my life will always be treasured by you.

So many people throw around "my mom's the best" but I think it's just because they haven't met you.

Thank you for loving me so well. I have never and will never doubt how much you love me.

Thank you for supporting me in all my crazy endeavors.

Thank you for working hard. You are the perfect example of how we should love ourselves and prioritize our own well being.

Thank you for every hug.

Thank you for being the best Mom in the universe.

I love you so much.