. . . about little things, and the Big . . .
Or do without and share.BMc
The first comment above reminds me of my parents. My Dad was a common laborer, my mother a secretary. Both worked hard to provide for my brother and me and to put us through school.I can remember meeting my Mother at lunchtime during school vacation where she would take us for the treat of eating out at a cafe near her office.She could not afford it and would go without to let us have milk shakes and other treats after we had eaten our meal.Each Memorial Day weekend, as a tradition and in her memory, I plant colorful flowers around the house. That special time is coming up this weekend. providerloving Mother accomplished pianistsecretarygardenerteacher of Christ's Gospel to childrenPlease say a short prayer for my Mom's repose.
For Mother, Our TeacherWe children would be sittingat tablearound noonwhen one of themwould comein off the trainsto our back door.We wondered whyshe would filla platefor him out thereon our back porch,and havethe five of usmake dowith that muchless.
I say a prayer for a remarkable Mother. "More precious then Rubies" as the Bible would say. May the flowers be extra special this year. They will glow with the Good News for all to see.BMc
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