Strength and dignity are her clothing, and she laughs at the time to come. She opens her mouth with wisdom, and the teaching of kindness is on her tongue. She looks well to the ways of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children rise up and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praises her: “Many women have done excellently, but you surpass them all.”
Mothers: most are wonderful, unselfish, sacrificing, giving, gentle, generous but unfortunately mothers grow old.
When a woman is young, it is usually all about her, once she becomes a mother a godly switch happens.
That tiny bit of God imbibed in her erupts to the surface and continuously flows outward to her offspring.
I believe God made mothers as a small extension of himself.
My mother, my intercessor, my ride or die and the keeper of my secrets.
I could not be a fraction of who I am without her. I am eternally grateful.
My mother, my backbone, my helper, my friend.
What would we do without our mothers?
Where would we be?
A wonderful Mother’s Day!!! To the mothers by biology or by design, it is your day to shine!
God bless each one and their mother/mothers. Amen!
Hello my friends. I am so blessed to have you all in my life. You have no idea how my interactions with you help me in light of our present circumstances.
Being able to interact with you out here soothes and provides a haven for the soul.
For the past several days I have awakened very early in the morning with my mind filled with what-ifs and worry … I usually shake it off, but the accuser stalks us when we are often vulnerable … during sleep.
For the past several years I had been working almost ceaselessly. As I got older I realized the need to make better money choices.
Getting deeper in real estate both in the USA as well as South America required a lot of cash.
I also began investing in livestock as a means to secure my older years.
Last month I made the decision to part ways with my 2nd full-time job so COVID-19 came along just as I was pondering the decision to allow for some “down time”.
What I have gained from social distancing so far:
A renewed relationship with the family.
More “me time”
Time to indulge my love of reading.
Time for exercise.
Going for walks with family.
Time for introspection.
I have a lot more energy.
The kids say I am way more fun.
Things Money cannot buy:
What I am Thankful For:
My Snookums, always willing to help and walk with me
My list just keeps on growing, all the things I was unaware of a lack.
What have you learned from our recent events? What are you grateful for?