Tag: Mother’s Day

Mama Meditations, Volume II, is available!

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I’m happy to share that Mama Meditations: Devotional Book & Gratitude Journal for Moms, Volume II, is now available on Amazon! If you prefer a signed copy, you can order directly from me (just keep in mind these copies typically take two weeks to… Continue Reading “Mama Meditations, Volume II, is available!”

Teaching me to mother

Lizard, Thank you for breaking me in back when I turned 22. There was nothing Taylor Swift about it. Your dad and I tied the knot three weeks after I graduated from college and three weeks after my birthday, and I frantically searched for… Continue Reading “Teaching me to mother”

Being a mom: it’s hard, y’all

Today’s post is the first in what I hope to be a series of post by friends and guest contibutors on the topic of Mother’s Day and all things related. Big thanks to my guest writer today, blogger and former Arkansan Kambri Davidson, who… Continue Reading “Being a mom: it’s hard, y’all”

Three lessons from my mother

Today’s post is written by one of my students, Jesse Shoemaker. Jesse wrote this essay in response to the prompt: Write about your mother or someone who has acted as a mother figure in your life. Describe this person and share at least three lessons you’ve learned… Continue Reading “Three lessons from my mother”

Mama DID

My mom had a rough go of it growing up. I won’t share details, because they are my mom’s to share, but trust me. Despite the circumstances of her childhood, my mom chose to have four daughters, all of us about two years apart.… Continue Reading “Mama DID”

Happy Mother’s Day to me!

*Thanks to my friend Betty Gail Jones for sharing today’s post. Happy Mother’s Day, BG!* This is part of a note from my youngest daughter left in my Mother’s Day gift, a book, two years ago. She and her family were wrapping up plans… Continue Reading “Happy Mother’s Day to me!”

I never thought I wanted children.

* Big thanks to my best friend, MeLissa Horseman, for today’s post. She may have never wanted children, but she’s become one of the best moms I know.* I never thought I wanted children. I barely thought I wanted to get married, let alone… Continue Reading “I never thought I wanted children.”

Mothers and more mothers

*Thanks to my pastor, Paul Seay, for serving as today’s guest contributor.* “For women, though, without children of their own, who like mothers have nurtured and cared for us, we pray to the Lord…”—Book of Blessings, USA., United Methodist Book of Worship, page 438… Continue Reading “Mothers and more mothers”

Seeds of life

*Thanks to Mary Agrusa for sharing her thoughts on Mother’s Day with us.* Sometimes it’s the simple things we share with our children that have the most dramatic impact on their lives. Prior to and for a few years after the birth of our… Continue Reading “Seeds of life”

Perfectly enough

   *Thanks to my friend Marti for sharing her thoughts on Mother’s Day this year!* This Mother’s Day will be new for me; you see, my mother died in January of this year.  Last year for Mother’s Day I planned a special day –… Continue Reading “Perfectly enough”

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