I want to take some time to praise my mom, Amy, who listens to your show faithfully. She had a birthday recently, so I'm hoping this letter comes as a "late birthday" surprise for her.
My mom is a stay-at-home mom. When I was really young, she used to be in real estate and I always wondered why she quit. Now that I am older, I know the reason is that my twin and I were a huge handful (and still are). We are teenagers, and since we're still not old enough to drive cars, she has to take us to all of our extracurricular activities. I know we are a pain, but she still loves us dearly and keeps her patience most of the time. When she doesn't, you really can't blame her. She is the most wonderful woman, and I don't seem to appreciate her enough, so I feel that writing this letter is a grand gesture that would show her in a small way the extent that I love her.
She is the best mom I could wish for and puts much and time and effort into making me happy and comfortable. So, I think it would be amazing if you could read this letter on the air. Mom, I love you. And thank you, Dr. Laura, for giving her something of quality to listen to during all of the hours she spends in the car with us.