Dear Mom…

HOW BLESSED IT TRULY IS, TO STUMBLE UPON A SOUL THAT WANTS THE BEST FOR YOU AT ALL TIMES, FEELS YOUR HURTS, AND WANTS NOTHING BUT SUNSHINE AND RAINBOWS FOR YOU, FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE.”  

There will never be a day that I will not thank you for all that you have done and continue to do for me. You wanted me from the start and since you were only 16 years old and so very young, that is truly rare. It was hard and your strength in those moments when you thought of giving up only made you dig deeper and try harder and you did it all for me…

Thank you is not nearly enough for what you deserve…

You have fought great battles to become the mother that you are and that is indeed where my strength to become the fighter that I am today has come from.

IT CAME FROM YOU….

You have strength inside of you that you are not even aware of and your love as a mother has truly conquered all. You need to look in the mirror and be proud of who you are because as your daughter, I am proud of you. 

This world is a cruel dark place, but you have a light that shines so bright within you that can cut through the dark clouds that try to devour you. 

YOU TRULY DO NOT KNOW HOW POWERFUL YOU ARE….

Your soul is full of kindness, your spirit is full of compassion and you radiate sunshine with your smile.

You truly have no idea how beautiful you are!

God has predestined your every move and is calling you to greater things and I believe that with my whole heart…

You are the strongest, bravest, most beautiful person that I ever met and each day that I get with you on this earth is a blessing. 

You are loved more than you could ever imagine…

You were my first love, my first friend, and my map of guidance anytime I have ever felt lost…

It is not what you do for your children, but what you have taught each of us to do for ourselves.

“Your greatest contribution to the Kingdom of God may not be something you do but someone you raise.” – Andy Stanley

                 

We are blessed to call you, Mom…

So, Mom, anytime you are feeling down, look at what all you have accomplished so far and always remember how mighty you are!

You have a heart of pure gold this much is true and you show how much you care in everything you do. 

You always put your children first, tending to their every need and for this we are forever grateful for you, indeed!

I challenge you today, if you have a mother like mine, let her know how much you love her. A mothers love is a beautiful thing. Cherish every moment that you have with each other. 

Many blessings & Happy Monday!

 

 

 

 

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24 thoughts on “Dear Mom…”

  1. Beautiful,
    I’d have to say she is beyond Blessed to have you as her daughter!!
    ? God Bless you ! ?

  2. It was beautiful to see how much you admire and love your mother by taking the time to write this to her. I think the greatest achievement for a mother are the little people she sows into; you can see the love, dedication, and care given in children when they become adults and become the light of the world! Thanks for sharing!

    1. I agree!! I believe that being a mother is one of the greatest gifts and to be able to raise Godly children is an even greater gift. Thanks for stopping by!

  3. Beautiful….My mom has set a great example for me as well to be the strong and courageous woman I am today with the help of the Lord!! God is good!!

  4. I miss my mom (she passed away 13 years ago). I have been blessed by so many “mothers” in my life. Women who have loved and still love me. But I still miss my mom. 🙂

    1. Oh, I am so sorry to hear that 🙁 God is always there to provide us with who we need in our lives. Thankful that he has provided great “mothers” that love you and help guide you here until you see your mother again one day.

    1. Thank you so very much! Mother and daughter relationships are so very important! Have a blessed day.

  5. I don’t think we can really appreciate our mothers until we become a mother. I always knew my mother loved me, but never understood until I had my own children. Thanks God for wonderful mothers!

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