Has your mama been a shining light in YOUR life?
Has she guided you through
life’s tumultuous waves
and almost-drowning experiences?
Did she stretch out her hand for you to hold when fear made you tremble?
And open her arms widely
to receive and envelop you
when you were broken-hearted?
Did your mother support you
and encourage you to do that something scary
that you really wanted to do?
Did she clap wildly and smile widely
when you reached those difficult-to-achieve goals?
And thoroughly discuss the pros and cons of a challenging decision?
Did she show you how to live life,
and model unconditional love so you’d be able to?
Then TELL her!
Mother’s Day is one of the most important times
to give her a card, folks.
And WRITE in it all of your appreciation.
In your own handwriting, tell her thank you.
Tell her how much you love her (like she tells you).
She will KEEP your cards
to read over and over.
And you will find them stored together
after she is gone.
Why? Because she loves you
and your words matter.
Take it from a mama who knows.
Wishing those of you who are,
a Happy Mother’s Day!
Love and great, big hugs,
P.S. If you are a bit word challenged, there is no shame in using someone else’s.
You can always search online for words to use.
Buy one of my Empowordment cards to get you started, then write a bit inside.
You can do it, and your mama will be so happy!
2 thoughts on “Tell Your Mama!”
Gorgeous Mimi – pure joy!
Oh thank you, Janet! So glad you enjoyed it. The time goes so quickly and then they are gone. Sure wish I could give my mama a Mother’s Day card again.