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Mother's Day Stories

Happy Mother's Day! Let's hear your stories of why your mom was a blessing to your life and others.

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My Son Jared was born May 11th, It was Mothers day that yr.
Looks like it will be again this yr.
I've filled his ears w/the word of God ever since he was in my wifes womb, He's 21 now.
Happy B-Day Son!
I call him brother most of the time,
He's a good boy who loves the Lord...
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 4/23/08


My mom taught me about Jesus. She took me to church and planted a seed in me when I was young. I am so thankful that she prayed for me. I am thankful that she was there to witness when I accepted Jesus into my heart. Because it wasn't long after that she passed away. If it hadn't been for my mom and they way God molded her, I wouldn't be the woman I am today. There is a song that speaks about relationship with a daughter and mother. It is called Handfull of weeds by Sherri Easter. Listen to it.
---Rebecca_D on 4/23/08


My mom rescued me from South Carolina. She lived in North Carolina and drove from work to pick me up. A 4-6 hour ride. I don't remember. But I had quit my job for valid reasons and my mom in her tired state came to my rescue and aided me bak to Christ. Keeping me in church and in Bible Study. I appreciate her for that. She's the greatest. That's one story out of many. I love her!
---chara7388 on 5/16/07


she helped raised five children, was always there for us in what ever we needed, she is a great inspriation to me.... she is 91 years old....and still going strong
---irene7395 on 5/14/07


My mother was a true christian woman. She birthed 15 children and did not take any mess. She was a short woman in stature but tough enough for the job of Mother. She took me and my 14 brothers and sisters to church. She never just sent us. While we were there we learned to pray, read the bible and to be active in the service. I thank God for a praying mom, as well.
---Robyn on 5/13/07




Once when I was six years old a tornado was headed to our farmhouse, you could actually see the trees and buildings being ripped up as it came on the ground towards us. My mother was leaning against the door praying and asked me a child to pray also. I remember being so proud she asked me. The storm turned 90 degrees and when away.
---Mima on 5/13/07


I have many Mothers but 2 gave me birth & Mirth tears of joy tears of life & laughter& they showed me how to honour all Mothers,who today surround me & to these I bow & say Happy Mothers day MA.You know who you are.I L U.
---Emcee on 5/13/07


I have many Mothers but 2 gave me birth & Mirth tears of joy tears of life & laughter& they showed me how to honour all Mothers,who today surround me & to these I bow & say Happy Mothers day MA.You know who you are.I L U.
---Emcee on 5/13/07


(2) A few weeks ago, while on the phone with her, she laughed at something on TV; I realized it was the first time I had heard her laugh since the stroke, and when I got off the phone, I just started bawling.
The whole ordeal made me appreciate how fragile life is and now we all make sure to say "I Love You" whenever we talk to one another.
---tracy3346 on 5/13/07


(1) I'm so extremely grateful for my Mom; she is the definitive mother; a Prov. 31 kind of woman. She has always been the heart of our family. A few months ago she had a "Cerebral Hemorrhage" stroke. We were all extremely shaken by it. I've never felt so insecure in my life! She's doing well now, recovering rapidly. (cont.)
---tracy3346 on 5/13/07




My mother had a herd of goats that she milked for the babies. The goats would run away and she would hunt for them for hours and hours. She still loves goats, today.
One time, her goats never came home. She hunted for days.
I found out recently, an old schoolmate of hers told her, that some rotten boys from school shot all of those goats. They did it just to watch them fall off the hillsides.
---MamasGirl on 5/13/07


Those boys are still alive, and don't you know, I would sure like to give them a piece of my mind. But I won't. My mom is a very forgiving person. She forgives easily. I've never heard her say a cuss word in her entire life or anything hateful about anyone.
She's a gentle person.
There's one thing I wish my mother would not have thrown away, I would love to have it.
As a little girl, she wrote stories about all of her adventures.
---MamasGirl on 5/13/07


If she saw a spider, it would become a tarantula in her stories.
If she spotted old bones, she would make up something wild and grand, elaborate. I wish I had those.
I'm going to see my mom in a few hours. I can hardly wait.
---MamasGirl on 5/13/07


My mother, is the oldest of her siblings. At age 5, she did the dishes by standing on chairs. She was always the responsible babysitter of the younger ones. She really didn't have the opportunity to be a kid herself. She did laundry in a wringer washer. One time her arm went through the wringer, it did not break, but hurt her shoulder. She was far too young to be packing babies around on her hips, changing diapers, cooking on the stove. Once the pressure cooker blew up and sprayed her with steam.
---MamasGirl on 5/13/07


After school, she cleaned erasers, dumped the trash, helped the teachers. She would miss the bus, and walk home during very cold winters. I've measured the mileage, it was 4 miles. There was a long bridge she had to walk over on the way home. She hid a loaf of bread and a jar of peanut butter underneath the bridge, so she could have a bite on the way home. She would swing herself under the bridge to hide and retrieve it. You wouldn't believe how dangerous that was, the river below is 150 ft. down.
---MamasGirl on 5/13/07


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