My mother, Joan Eggermont, of Lower Township, is a special mother. She is 77 years old and she still takes care of us. She has five of us. We are all sick. She is still working and when she comes home, she does whatever we need. She takes us to the doctor. She takes our grandbaby, who has cerebral palsy, to the hospital in Philadelphia. No matter how much I tell you how special my mother is, no one knows but the people who live with her. We do not tell her all the time, but we do love her - we love her very much. I can tell you about my mom all day and all night. - Brandy Dennison, Lower Township

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