Friday, May 8, 2009

We are Special Mothers

Ladies, I will be off line for a couple of days until my computer is fixed. I wish all of you a safe and happy Mothers Day. We are all mothers whether we have lost or have no children. There is someone we can think of in our lives who we have been a mpther to. Whether it is a student, a neice, nephew, even our husbands. I hope that we think of this day as a positive one and look forward to the day that we will have a little one in our arms. Even though this day will be hard (I was thinking of spending the day under the covers) spend the day with a loved one and show them how much you appreciate and care for them. I will be showing my hubby how much I appreciate him. For standing by my side, grieving with me, encouraging me, providing for me, loving me and our precious angel. I am never afraid to discuss her with him and he always validates my feeling.
Have a wonderful day ladies.

When God Made Moms
By the time the Lord made mothers, he was into his sixth day of working overtime. An Angel appeared and said "Why are you spending so much time on this one"? And the Lord answered and said, "Have you seen the spec sheet on her? She has to be completely washable, but not plastic; have 200 movable parts, all replaceable; run on black coffee and leftovers; have a lap that can hold three children at one time and that disappears when she stands up; have a kiss that can cure anything from a scraped knee to a broken heart, and have six pairs of hands."

The Angel was astounded at the requirements for this one. "Six pairs of hands! No Way!" said the Angel.

The Lord replied, "Oh, it's not the hands that are the problem. It's the three pairs of eyes that mothers must have!"

"And that's just on the standard model?" The Angel asked.

The Lord nodded in agreement, "Yes, one pair of eyes are to see through the closed door as she asks her children what they are doing even though she already knows. Another pair in the back of her head, are to see what she needs to know even though no one thinks she can. And the third pair are here in the front of her head. They are for looking at an errant child and saying that she understands and loves him or her without even saying a single word."

The Angel tried to stop the Lord. "This is too much work for one day. Wait until tomorrow to finish."

"But I can't!" the Lord protested, "I am so close to finishing this creation that is so close to my own heart. She already heals herself when she is sick AND can feed a family of six on a pound of hamburger and can get a nine year old to stand in the shower."

The Angel moved closer and touched the woman, "But you have made her so soft, Lord."

"Yes, she is soft", the Lord agreed, "But I have also made her tough. You have no idea what she can endure or accomplish."

"Will she be able to think?", asked the inquisitive Angel.

The Lord smiled and replied, "Not only will she be able to think, she will be able to reason, and negotiate."

The Angel then noticed something and reached out and touched the woman's cheek. "Oops, it looks like you have a leak with this model. I told you that you were trying to put too much into this one."

"That's not a leak." The Lord objected. "That is a tear!"

"What's the tear for? the Angel asked.

The Lord said, "The tear is her way of expressing her joy, her sorrow, her disappointment, her pain, her loneliness, her grief, and her pride."

The Angel was impressed. "You are a genius, Lord. You thought of everything! Truly, You do all things well... Moms are truly amazing!"

Happy Mother's Day!

..Erma Bombeck

Awaiting my expected end.


  1. Thank you for that encouraging story and your encouraging words...I always feel God speaking to me through your posts...Thank you.

  2. LOVE Erma Bombeck!

    Happy Mother's Day to you as well...sending extra prayers for you, DH, and your sweet Alyssa-Joy this weekend. HUGS!