Can you ever thank mothers adequately for their timeless work and love? Though words never suffice, here is one poem I wrote to express my thanks to God for mothers.
Wondering what you could say or give to a mother to express your thanks and your love for her? For those of you whose moms are still living, here’s one simple suggestion.
Is your life blessed or stressed? Today’s moms, grandmoms, and women of all ages deal with stress. Here are 10 stress busters for women to practice daily.
Instead of a devotion today, In honor of Mother’s Day, we’re having a poetry contest. I’d love to feature one of your own poems about mothers. Send me a poem you’ve written about mothers, rhymed or prose, no longer than 100 words. It must be original, and make sure that that you own all rights to your poem, even if it was previously published.
A mother’s hands tell a story. The picture above shows my mother’s hands on her 90th birthday. She was a skilled musician, and her amazing hands filled her home with music even in the last years of her life. Six words that described her hands: Youthful, Busy, Talented, Serving, Caring, Generous.