Reflections

12 May

From the Heart

Louise Gibson

 

 

What does a mother say to her children
at the end of her days-
Those she has loved in so many ways?

 

“Oh, what joy I felt in my heart
when I was informed that new life
had its start.

 

Each of you was a blessing from above-
a gift of God-
the symbol of love.

 

Each is unique-
Not one is the same.
You are loved and admired
for who you are; what you became.

 

Your talents are many-
Thank God for each one.
They will nurture your being
when the day is done.

 

God will supply the strength
to face each new day-
I will be with you in spirit
every step of the way.

I Love you.

Mom”

 

 

Footnote:

Quote from Max Lucado:

“God knows that we are only pilgrims and that eternity
is so close that any “Good-bye” is, in reality, a
“See you tomorrow”.

 

 

 

 

5 Responses to “Reflections”

  1. LOUISE GIBSON May 12, 2017 at 4:51 pm #

    ALWAYS “MOM”
    Ever since I became a mother,
    “Mom” became my name.
    It is a term of endearment-
    No other name is the same.
    So Sunday is “Mother’s Day.
    I wish all of you a day of love.
    May your heart be filled with happiness-
    blessings from God above.

    Like

    • Onisha Ellis May 12, 2017 at 10:16 pm #

      Moms are a blessing and I know your family treasures you. Happy Mother’s Day!

      Like

  2. divoran09 May 12, 2017 at 2:32 pm #

    Your children are blessed to have such a loving and lovely mother.

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    • LOUISE GIBSON May 12, 2017 at 3:50 pm #

      How gracious you are, DiVoran, thank you so much for responding. I appreciate you.

      Like

  3. LOUISE GIBSON May 12, 2017 at 9:40 am #

    I HAVE A FEELING i SHOULD HAVE KEPT THESE THOUGHTS TO MYSELF. NOT EVERYONE SHARES MY HEARTFELT EMOTIONS. I WISH ALL MOTHERS HAPPINESS ON “THEIR” DAY.

    Like

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