I thought in observance of Mother's Day I would write about a memory from each of the mom figures in my life.
My Mom: She loves me and taught me much knowing what was best for me in spite of the fact that I didn't always agree with her. I'm so thankful that she had the wisdom to do what was right. Thanks, Mom. I love you!
Jeff's Mom: I love that she is a quiet inspiration to me to have a gentle and quiet spirit. Something I struggle with, but I know through Christ I can come closer and having someone who I can see do what I should do helps. Thanks, Mom.
My Grandma Pete: I loved spending time with her, whether we were visiting her at home or at her cabin. She tried to make it fun for all of us. I have many great memories of things she has done in my life. I loved telling her when the apple trees were blooming. Thanks, Grandma.
My Grandma R.: I loved to go visit Nana as a child. She makes the best cookies and sloppy joes. I also loved having her and Pop-pop visit at our home, snapping beans and listening to her talk or sharing Christmas Day with her. Thanks, Grandma.
Nannie (Jeff's Grandma): I love to listen to her stories of when her kids or grand kids were young. Thanks for sharing, Nannie.
Donna: My mentor from church. Thanks for meeting with me and being my friend. Having someone to talk to and spend some time with has been a treasure for me. Thanks, Donna
Happy Mother's Day to each and everyone of you!