I guess this is going to become a regular thing...
How wonderful this is! Though, when you began to turn the camera I thought we were going to crash. How sweet of you to make this holiday about all women. That was very touching. Thanks so much. You are sexy as ever, even on your way to see your Mother and go to church. Take care Michael! Kisses!
You are absolutely adorable...I can't seem to say that enough!!! Only you would see the beauty in mother's day that the rest of us tend to glaze right over. Tiki loved the "shout out", too!Also...you are hot on video...better watch out...the boys won't be able to resist now!
I love, love, LOVE your Vlogs. You are great on cam and you need to do this more often. Joanna is right, you're irresistable. LOL! I also think you should blog about the going to church experience with you mom. what's it like to go back to the church you grew up in (Baptist no less)? Is it a big church? Do tell...
Awww....that was a wonderful vlog post! You're a great son for going to church with your Mom.What a gorgeous man, too. ;)
I agree with the others, you look and sound great in your vlogs. At my mother's nursing home all the female residents, whether mothers or not, were honoured with a bunch of flowers and a packet of pot pourri in recogniniton of what they referred to as Mothers and Ladies Day. That way no-one was left out.
Aweee Seeing as I am not the first to mention the forementioned I am not going to mention it!...LOLLoved it Loved it Loved it!MWAH!P.s For the record you were irresistable before the Vlog Birth!
This really is a sweet post!
Hows the adorable Syn these days?Miss you!xox
Love it. How do you drive and film at the same time. You are so sweet and cute. :)
You are a super vlogger, Michael. Please keep them coming! Very enjoyable. BTW, men~~no less than women~~can be compassionate & nurturing. Why are none of your commentors above mindful of that? Holy Mother Church has long since identified oodles of male saints & martyrs for honor & adoration owing to their earthly lives of caring for the poor, the aged, the infirm, the orphaned, the least, the lost, the forgotten, the neglected, & so on & on. In any case, it was good of you to go to Alabama to attend church with your mother on Mother's Day. You're mighty sweet, you know. Take care. We love you lots. Bill.
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