A Mother’s Day Tribute

img002Do you ever wonder how God choose your Mom to be your Mother? Was it because He planned for you to have similar features like eye color or hair color? Did he know that she would be able to handle all your emotional ups and down? Or was it because she always wanted a baby girl? Well, I believe that all of this is true in my life.

My Mom, from the time she was a little girl asked God to make her baby doll "real." On December 22, 1965 God gave my Mom a baby girl. I am so glad he brought us together. My Mom is one of the most special people in the world! She is talented in many ways. She is a wonderful wife to my Dad of 56 years. She is a great home maker and she loves to share the gift of hospitality with friends and family. She is a wonderful teacher and a great friend.

If the internet had been invented when my Mom was younger I am certain she would have been a blogger. She is a great story teller. I love to listen to my Mom read because she can bring each character to life with its own voice. My Mom taught me about Jesus, which is the best gift she has ever given me. She has shown me how to love and accept others because of her love for God. She ministers to others with gentleness and compassion. My Mom has always been my biggest cheerleader and greatest fan. She taught me how to have courage and to pray during the toughest times of my life. She is a true prayer warrior for my family and many others. She helped me to discover what incredible beauty is from the inside out. She is part of the reason why I am so passionate about helping women to discover that they are beautifully created designer originals.

She continues to display love to me, my three brothers, and my Dad. Mom, I love you more than you'll ever know. I am grateful that God choose you to be my Mom. You are truly a blessing!

5 thoughts on “A Mother’s Day Tribute

  1. Lynnae,
    That is beautiful and I know your Mom loves hearing it. As a Mom you and I both know how precious it is when your kids say they love you.

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