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Friday, May 8, 2015

Welcome Back Again

Again I want to thank each one of you who took the time to comment here. Hard to believe we're already into May and this Sunday is Mother's Day. I also want to take this opportunity to wish each woman a Happy Mother's Day. I think I mentioned last year that our church had all the women stand on Mother's Day whether they had children or not. They thought all women should be honored. I like that, so even if you are not a mother, if you are a woman, I'm wishing you a Happy Mother's Day.

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7 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting, have a great weekend. Blessings

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  2. That is a wonderful idea to honor all the women on Mother's Day. Our old Pastor said, even the older women can be "Mother's In Israel," by caring for the little ones in church, and those you meet. Look them in the eye and tell them know they are loved and are special. Thanks for hosting and Happy Mother's Day to you!

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    1. Good idea your Pastor said about women. So true.
      Blessings to you.

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  3. Happy Mother's Day to you Charlotte. I lost my mother on 4/30. It's an empty feeling, but I was blessed to have her for 64 years...she was 84. Getting used to the new normal. I like what Hazel Moon said above. Thank you for the blessings you give to us all here on your blog.
    Shalom

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    1. I'm so sorry for your loss, Gail. I know the feeling. My mother left this earth in September of 1999 at the age of 86. I guess one never quite gets over losing a mother. Happy Mother's Day to you.

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  4. Happy Mother's Day, Charlotte! Thanks for hosting :)

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Blessings,
Charlotte