Whether your mother is loving or distant, caring or critical, this is a place to stop and reflect about the challenge of that maternal bond.
All daughters and mothers are welcome!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011


You know, those things women don't typically talk about, like chin hair and eye brow pencils and burying your mother.

Unless you know Jesus, death is so final.
A box with your mother in it...dirt shoveled back into a gaping hole...ending your earthly relationship and any dreams of better understanding or affectionate touch.

With Christ, however, we have the Hope of a beautiful reunion.
Still there is separation and waiting.

So, time should not be taken for granted.  We each have today...right now...and no promise of days to come.  Reach out to your loved ones and let them know you care.
It will make their day and yours too.

Check out this blog for precious words about legacy and mother/daughter love:

Sending ((HUGS)) through the computer.

1 comment:

  1. Send "flowers" to the living... that's what my mother always says. Flowers come in all shapes, sizes, and scents. Hugs, calls, cards, words of encouragement. After a while, the bouquet grows into a garden and a heart is filled with rich remembrance that lasts a lifetime. I'm working on sending some "flowers" to those I love today.