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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

The Tweens Talk: Mother’s Day

Hey, y’all!! It’s Sophia and Mallie writing the May column for Tween Scene in Enid Monthly. We hope everyone is enjoying the beautiful weather and the colorful plants, flowers, and trees gaining back their color and finally BLOOMING!!! This month we are going to write about Mother’s day and a little bit about our mothers. Sophia is going to go first, so let’s get to it!

Sophia and her Mom, Samana

My Mother’s Day experiences every year are usually pretty fun. We typically buy my mom flowers, a card, Queen Anne chocolate-covered cherries, and sometimes a few gifts. I specialize in the gift part because I know my mom’s favorite things better than anyone else :). My favorite memory with my mom would have to be when we take my little sister to her dad’s or tennis tournaments and on the way back we jam out to music and sing and dance the whole way back. We also love to go clothes shopping together when it’s just me and her. Some funny memories I can remember are when I tried to teach her how to ride a hoverboard and it started spinning really fast and threw her off and she fell. I could not stop laughing!  One weird thing we do together is driving around town and admiring and critiquing houses and architecture. I think my mom is the best because she’s just like me. She’s funny, easy to roast, gives me good life advice, still tucks me in, brings me delicious fresh lunch to school even though she doesn’t want to, and even when she’s exhausted she still gives me her undivided attention when I’m talking a little too much and she lets me be who I am 24/7.  Passing it on to you Mallie!

For Mother’s Day, we used to go out to get my mom a present, lilacs, and her favorite chocolate Reese’s peanut butter cups and red hots. My favorite memories with my mom would have to be all of the crazy and fun vacations we took. My funniest story is one time I was in my front and just got back from gymnastics and I was showing her my front walkover and I told her to do it and she did and while she was landing she fell really hard. I could not stop laughing! Another one is the funny car rides we would take with my mom and dad where they would argue literally about EVERYTHING like her driving or the air conditioning, it didn’t matter. One thing that we did that would drive me crazy was how much we went shopping. Some unique/weird things we did together is who could run the most miles whenever we worked out, and made lots of homemade Frappuccinos. I think my mom is the best because she would let me have friends over all the time, pushed me to reach my goals, always made jokes with me about everything, always jammed out to my favorite songs in the car and she loved me very much.

Thanks for listening to our article about Mother’s Day and our moms. We would love to hear about your Mother’s Day and about your mothers too! Email us at tweensceneenid@gmail.com! Also email us if you have any questions, comments, concerns, or ideas for upcoming article! Have a great May, spring and Mother’s Day!! Bye Y’ALLLLL!!!

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Sophia and Mallie have been best friends since Kindergarten. They are both in 7th grade in Enid, Sophia at Emerson M.S. and Mallie at Waller M.S. They both love soccer, hot pockets and tik-tok. Sophia and Mallie would love to hear from their readers! Email them at tweensceneenid@gmail.com.



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