Mother’s Day: We got up early because she was doing what mothers with loving hearts often do – getting ready to serve others.
We went to bed late because she was doing what mothers with loving hearts often do. We were visiting friends. He’d received word on Saturday that his brother had unexpectedly passed away. There was a need to visit, to eat pizza, to look at an ongoing project and to just be there.
In between we went to early church, worshipped, visited with people and came home to finish preparing dinner. A friend who’d had surgery on Friday to remove a brain tumor was our guest. As our family and his family sat around our kitchen table we were blessed by his wonderful attitude, enthusiasm and faith.
Mother’s day: It was busy. She did receive some flowers from a daughter. There were some texts, cards and a phone call, but the mother in our house was busy serving others. These are the things I learned:
God is good and family is important.
He doesn’t keep us from experiencing difficulties but He extends His grace if we do – often that grace is extended in human form.
I am blessed by the “grace extender” that lives in our house.