Mothers Day Messages
Every waking day is special for all mothers especially when
the love of family is made known. But, one singular day out of the year, there is
a golden opportunity to specifically express messages of love to your mother
that means more than all the roses or all the flowers that are grown.
It is the act of a loving son, daughter and husband or father that
brings the warmth that only a personal expression of love can bring.
It may be that warm embrace or that timely and loving phone call.
We hope these mothers day tidings remind you of the special and unique people
that Moms are, and to help you to express your love, kindness,
and gratitude to them.
- I would love to be able to bless hundreds and hundreds of other
people with the unfailing and unconditional love bestowed upon me
over the last many decades by my mother. To know her for
only a few hours would cast the loving glow of thousands of candles. Rory R. Cuphist
- How do we know what love is without that shown and extended
by mothers? To know what love is in this way
is to know the difference between light and dark or good from bad. B. C. Artworst
- My mother did not know the words "take it easy". She was the
doer, the maker, the caregiver, the nurse, the comfortor, and the
model to whom I compare other mothers. Byron R. Pulsifer
- I will always love you mom despite your faults because you showed me continuous
love despite my faults. Annabelle Marie Haines
- A mother does not want gifts of fresh flowers, delicious chocolates,
fine jewellry or front row tickets to a magnificent play; she
simply wants to know, children, that you love her so very much for
all her years of dedicated caring, kindness, sacrifice, compassion and
unconditional love. Theodore W. Higgingsworth
I would rather have my Mother
back again but only for a few short
hours than all the
Irish Blessings in the world. Robert Rivers.
- A little loving thought extended and a little kindness shown to her
are worth more to a mother than the greatest riches. Byron R. Pulsifer
A mother may age but her love does not. Byron R. Pulsifer
- ... nothing is more powerful than seeing what a great influence mothers have had ...
Emily Sue Davis, 50 Mother's Day Quotes
- Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to
be thought half as good. Luckily, this is not difficult. Charotte Whitton
- ... the real practice, I came to see, was in the ritual of starting over, day after day, caring for my husband and children, striving for
balance, trying to meet my deadlines and, at the same time, meet our basic needs for rest and laughter and togetherness.
- My kids tell me I was devoted and dedicated and that I never stopped worrying. Well, they’re right about the last part. You always worry
about your children.
- My mother found it hard to let go even though she often expressed how
much she looked forward to more free time. In fact, she found it painful when the time
came for all of us to leave home. But, don't despair mom; we are always with you
day and night as we live out all of your loving guidance. Freddy J. W. Parkes
- I seldom think about my limitations, and they never make me sad.
Perhaps there is just a touch of yearning at times; but it is vague,
like a breeze among flowers. Helen Keller
- When I see the elaborate study and ingenuity displayed by women in
the pursuit of trifles, I feel no doubt of their capacity for the
most Herculean undertakings. Julia Ward Howe
Never underestimate the loving power of a mother when it comes to
the innate calling to defend her offspring. This power may not be physical but it sure is mental.
- How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single
moment before starting to improve the world. Anne Frank
- In a world where there is so much to be done, I felt strongly
impressed that there must be something for me to do. Dorothea Dix
- I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I
can do something. I will not refuse to do the something I can do.
I believe that worrying about the problems plaguing our planet without taking steps to confront them is absolutely irrelevant. The
only thing that changes this world is taking action. Jody Williams
- It’s more important to know where you are going than to get there quickly. Do not mistake activity for achievement. Mabel
We do not have a true appreciation of our mothers until
we become a mother ourself.
Mothers and daughters are closest, when daughters become mothers.
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To my mother, my inspiration, how do I adore you.
You've never gone, always held on, kept our family together like glue.
Julie Hebert, A Wonderful Mother
I am not a perfect mother and I will never be. You are not a perfect
daughter and you will never be. But put us together and we will
be the best mother and daughter we would ever be.
Happy is the son whose faith in his mother remains unchallenged.
Louisa May Alcott
A mother is that person who encourages your dreams,
never stands in your way, and does everything she can to
support you throughout your entire journey regardless of the hills
and valleys of life. Byron R. Pulsifer
On Mother's Day I have written a poem for you.
In the interest of poetic economy and truth, I have succeeded in
concentrating my deepest feelings and beliefs into two perfectly crafted lines:
You're my mother, I would have no other!
"When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts.
A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child."
Mothers Day Poems
There's only one day to honor Mothers,
And one day for Fathers too.
So we should put our heart and soul,
Into celebrating the few."
Catherine Pulsifer, Honor Mothers And Fathers
Fathers Day Poem
Plenty of roses, stars, sunsets, rainbows, brothers and sisters, aunts and cousins, but only one mother in the whole world.
Kate Douglas Wiggin
You're a very special lady, who showered me with love
I am thankful for you as I've told God above.
This heart, my own dear mother, bends,
With love's true instinct, back to thee!
Appreciation for all you have done for me can never be expressed in words,
but Thank You Mum for Everything.
Being a full-time mother is one of the highest salaried jobs,
since the payment is pure love. Mildred B. Vermont
Mom, whenever I was stressed,
The sweetest sounds to mortals given are heard in Mother,
home, and Heaven. William Goldsmith Brown
you always did your best,
you never lost your believe,
and always brought me stress relief. C Butler
A man's work is from sun to sun, but a mother's work is never done. Author Unknown
The heart of a mother is a deep abyss at the bottom of which
you will always discover forgiveness. Honore de Balzac
You're not just a Mother, but a dear friend too. Charley
Going from mother or mother-in-law to grandmother status definitely
alters the dynamics of your relationship with your children. Deborah Williams, Linda A. Johnson
Mother you are the most vital person throughout our life.
Maybe even the most important. Sheila Sage, Quotes to Inspire Motherhood
Because I am a mother, I hold God's greatest prize. And He expects great things of me with a task of such a size. Grace Atkins
My mother is going to have to stop lying about her age because pretty soon I'm going to be older than she is. Tripp Evans
What good mothers and fathers instinctively feel like doing for their
babies is usually best after all. Benjamin Spock
The love of a father, a mother a daughter, is a love that would satisfy many. Julie Hebert, Life Without Love
Poems about Life
An ounce of mother is worth a ton of priest. Spanish Proverb
A mother's love for her child is like nothing else in the world.
It knows no law, no pity, it dares all things and crushes down
remorselessly all that stands in its path. Agatha Christie
There is enough for all. The earth is a generous mother; she will provide in plentiful abundance food for all her children if they will
but cultivate her soil in justice and in peace. Bourke Coekran
Earth Day Quotes
A Loving Mother Possibly Aged Before Her Time
Byron R. Pulsifer, © 2019
I was just a normal little boy. I was happy, fun loving, and always
erring on the good side of life. So, why did my mother emphatically state
that I was the cause of her aging well before her time? I thought of myself
as that perfect little boy with angelic demeanor. So, why was my mom's
impression so different from mine? What did I do?
Could it be because of my little incident on my tricycle one beautiful
summer day so many long days ago?
What excitement! What joy! There was so much fun to be experienced
by zooming down the sloping, old cement sidewalk in front of our house.
In reality, one could easily argue that was when I first learned about
sidewalk maintenance issues facing most towns or cities at some point.
Maybe, if my incident had occurred today, it would have been grounds
for a legitimate complaint to town officials.
However, let's forget about all that and get back to my story. It was
a great summer day as I zoomed ever faster and faster down the slope
with the wind gently caressing my face, with arms held out straight, no
hands, and paddling as if demon possessed. My delight and joy, however,
was unceremoniously interrupted as I flew through the air in a millisecond.
I landed ungracefully upon my tiny chin and then hurtled in
circles before coming to rest. So, the question became, why was
that stupid hole in the sidewalk in the exact spot I attempted to
hurtle beyond? Those memories are still vivid to this day while
stretched battered and bruised upon the kitchen table being
stitched up by our local doctor minus any localized freezing.
Could that have been what mom meant when I sat accused of being the
cause of her premature aging?
Or, maybe it was that time that occurred at the end of the school year
when I had left the public school on the last day of classes as I was
cycling down the town hill merrily on my way to the school picnic.
Who needed hands on the handlebars? To use the handlebars is to announce
a novice bike operator; I was not one of those types at all.
Who needed to worry about the stop sign and zipping through the
only four-way crossroad in town?
There was never many cars traveling along my road, interrupting the
pleasure of the moment, or placing their car in my path. What a piece
of work that man was for putting his passenger door right in front of my
front wheel abruptly stopping my momentum. Hum!
How does one end up on that cold, unforgiving pavement anyway?
So what that he screeched to a stop? So what that he then jumped
out of his car to pick me up showing shock and concern at the same time.
I didn't ask him to drive through the intersection when I needed to fly
through it unmolested. So, who told him to offer me a ride home?
So, who told him to arrive at my home before I did because I
stubbornly refused his offer of a ride and decided to wheel my
crumpled bike home?
So, who told him to tell my mother that he hit her little boy
without clarifying that I wasn't dead on the street but simply wheeling
my crumpled bike home just a few minutes behind him? Why would
my mom jump to the conclusion that the man standing before
had killed her little boy? How is it that some people just seem to
jump to conclusions without any corroborating evidence? I found it hard
to figure out my mom's tears on that day.
On the other hand, maybe it was that time when I innocently
bounded up the center hall stairs turning my swift little legs
to maneuver around the landing on my way to my bedroom
retreat to play. I can't help it if somebody left the step ladder
there so it conveniently came crashing down on my head leaving
me permanently scarred with an extra hole in my head. I think there
must have been a conspiracy to get me.
It really wasn't my fault that I missed two months of school laying
in a special bed set up in our living room. Big deal; anyone can get
pneumonia that requires their mother to bring them that dreaded
consommé soup, or glasses of water, or mustard plasters twice a day.
I wasn't about to give up the ghost hacking and coughing, sweating
with fever, and unable to move a muscle because of weakness.
So, what was all the fuss about?
Mom, are you sure you just didn't make it all up?
I know I didn't do anything
unusual or wrong; I was just a normal, fun loving, good little boy. Right mom?
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