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Mother’s Day Q&A

Age: 25City: BasaltOccupation: Local studentHow are you spending Mother’s Day? We’re going to breakfast at the 19th Street Diner and then I’m surprising her with a bicycle trip to Paonia. My car will be all packed with two bikes on top. Then we’ll come to make sushi and sleep out on the deck.What do you love the most about your mom? Loyalty and friendship – she’s a great friend. She’s just really great to anybody who’s her friend.Favorite TV mom: It’s a tie – Lucille Ball and Lois Griffin, the mom from “The Family Guy”

Age: 19City: Glenwood Springs/BoulderOccupation: StudentHow are you spending Mother’s Day? Just spend the day with her. And surprise her with a puppy.What do you love the most about your mom? Caring, kindness and her compassion for othersFavorite TV mom: George Costanza’s mom (on Seinfeld)

Age: 26City: Glenwood SpringsOccupation: CosmetologistHow are you spending Mother’s Day? A beauty day, and maybe take her to the poolWhat do you love the most about your mom? When we were growing up, my mom definitely didn’t have a lot of money and she always made sure we had good doctors and care. She always figured out ways to make things happen. And she’s just incredibly free-spirited and kind.Favorite TV mom: The Cosby mom, Clair Huxtable



Age: 19City: Glenwood SpringsOccupation: StudentHow are you spending Mother’s Day? Going to a Rockies gameWhat do you love the most about your mom? She’s supportive and understandingFavorite TV mom: “That ’70s Show” mom

Age: 19City: Glenwood SpringsOccupation: StudentHow are you spending Mother’s Day? Hang out, probably do dinner and a movie – take her on a dateWhat do you love the most about your mom? EverythingFavorite TV mom: Marge Simpson, but not like she resembles my mom in any way.


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