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Shirley Trujillo of Schaumburg says her mother Lousie Cox is the most beautiful, loving mother ever. Trujillo believes her mom's love she has shown her, her five sisters and two brothers shows in the people they are today  Their mom has shown them anything is possible as long as you have your family and faith. When Trujillo's son was born, she knew she would be a good mom because she was given the best example of what it was to be a great mom. She learned that love knows no boundaries and stretches to become strong and unconditional. The rest of Trujillo's life she'll be inspired and grateful by her mom's example of selfless love, right up until the end. "Thank you, Mom for being you," Trujillo says. (Photo submitted by Shirley Trujillo)

Show Mama love: Why is your mom the best?

Kim and Khloe Kardashian. (Heather Leszczewicz/TribLocal)

Kardashians take over Woodfield

TribLocal's Patricia MacMillan and Adam MacMillan got engaged on a trip to Seattle. He surprised her with a hotel room full of flowers and got down on bended knee. (TribLocal photo by Kara Silva)

Put a ring on it


Contributors share their summer vacation photos

Haley Reinhart makes her entrance to Arlington Park by greeting her fans from the sunroof of her limo.

Haley Reinhart comes home

Joliet residents Sean Metz (from left to right), an avid cycler, and Bret Metz join in to support the good cause as they race each other on the stationary bikes. For every mile peddled, $1 was donated to LIVESTRONG.
From the community

FRS Fuels CHI, Supporting Lance Armstrong's LIVESTRONG Foundation

Lisa and Brian Ganz-Lueck entered a photo of their dog, Joe, in Oak Park’s My Furry Valentine contest. The photo contest was sponsored by Downtown Oak Park and helped raise money for the Animal Care League, a local shelter. Joe’s owners and three other lucky winners received gift certificates for Oak Park businesses.

Photo Friday: A week in review

9950- Janice Deklavon, Audalee McLoughlin, Debbie Deal
From the community

Organization Helps Homeless Young Mothers Grow

From the community

CB&I Employees Provide Holiday Fun for Kids Who Wait