Thinking of my dear mother on this first Mother's Day without her. Missing her laughter, her wisdom, her love.  Grateful for the years we had.

A mom reads you like a book, and wherever she goes, people read you like a glowing book review.  

~Robert Brault~

It is hard to remember when I was not a mother.  It has been almost twenty-one years, a lifetime of memories and learning.  Being a mother is the most sanctifying, gratifying work I have ever done.  

  I am unbelievably blessed by these goofballs.

Happy Mother's Day!



elizabeth said…
(((hugs))). So glad you are a Mom and I can only imagine how much you must miss yours...
Anonymous said…
Happy Mother's Day!
What beautiful children, you are blessed!
And, what beautiful pictures of your mother!

Thinking of you with love and prayers,
chris said…
hi Di,

glad to be back where i can get my morning 'circle of quiet'! and happy and thankful that missing your mom doesn't keep you from being grateful for the years you had together. i think there's an unhealthy kind of grief, and there's a healthy kind--a kind that's a natural and proper result of separation from a beloved. the grief that is mingled with gratitude is definitely the healthy kind.

hope you had a wonderful mother's day!

Anonymous said…
I'm "with" dear mother passed away last Dec. 15th, and this is my first Mother's Day without her. She was almost 89, so she had a great life, but I still miss her dearly.....
Barb in Ohio

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