Mother’s Day isn’t about the perfect mom. It’s not about Proverbs 31. It’s not a day to compare. It’s not a day to idolize.
Mother’s Day is a day to say ‘thanks’.
I have a wonderful mother-in-law that lives right next door, and for that I’m grateful. I’m thankful for her and her love for her kids and grandkids and even the in-laws!
I have a mother who is with Jesus and has been there longer than I knew her here. I miss her. But I’m so very thankful for her. I know she’s in heaven and I can’t wait to see her again.