Being a Mom brings special pleasures and special qualifications…Mom must always wear a smile when she would rather cry, kiss away troubles of her children and be strong when they need a shoulder.
Sometime there is a time when the trials of life seem unbearable – but Mom must persevere for the family, and the reward is greater than any on earth. Just to see those smiling faces, dirty faced kisses – oh it is so great to be a Mom..
God send you blessings for sharing your story in your blog. I enjoyed it tremendously…..
In June of 1990 I was diagnosed with breast cancer and on July 2, 1990 I had surgery to remove that cancer. I was 38 years old and we had 4 children aged 13, 11, 10, and 8. My first thought was that my children needed a mother. As wonderful a father as my husband Phil was – I felt my children needed me. Who would fix the girl’s hair? Who would be there for the important life events that lay ahead? Could Phil shop for wedding dresses someday?
People all over Jackson County began praying for me as well as people literally around the world. My parents were teaching at a mission school in Taiwan at that time and their whole school began praying for me. I don’t really have words to describe the very real effect of those prayers, but I can describe the results of those…
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