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May 8, 2013

On The Bright Side – Mary Howell -May 8, 2013

Filed under: Mary Howell — Freddie Keel @ 6:17 am

 

Sunday, May 12 will be Mother’s Day, a day children young and old will give a special honor to their mothers.

 

A mother is one blessing that God gave to all of us.  None of us would be here today if it weren’t for our mothers.

 

A mother’s love is unconditional.  There is no love other than God’s love that exceeds a mother’s.

 

Mothers are the ones who take the responsibility for most of our childhood care.  They fed us, bathed us, and helped us learn to walk and talk.

 

Mothers always want the best for their children.  They want the children to have a better life than they have had.

 

Mothers are the ones who usually teach children about God.  They also teach their children to love their country.

 

For me, Mother’s Day brings back happy childhood memories of my dear mother.  I remember waking up early on the second Sunday in May to help Dad prepare breakfast for Mother. 

 

I love the tradition of wearing a red flower for my Mother while she was alive.  I now wear a white flower to honor her memory on Mother’s Day.

 

Mothers and grandmothers hold a special place in our hearts and homes.

 

Let us thank God for our mothers, both living and deceased.  Like the song goes, mothers are special.

 

Mothers give us a life with God’s help, a life on the bright side. 

 

May 8, 2013

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