Monthly Archives: May 2009

The Last Day of MEGA May

This has been a month of heartwarming stories. I’m so happy that six readers shared the stories of their mothers. I’m happy that 46 readers posted at least one comment and a few of you several. Commenting really gives that … Continue reading

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Pat Jeanne Davis Tells about Her Mother’s House & Her Mother

Another Christian writer shares this tribute to her mother. “It was my mother’s house—a two-story, semidetached, red-brick dwelling—with a flower garden and many trees and shrubs in front. It was my home, too. And a safe haven for many in … Continue reading

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Author Cindy Kirk & Her Mother’s Secret

Today, a longtime friend Author Cindy Kirk shares a special story of a mother’s love. Here’s Cindy: “From the time I was a little girl, I always wondered if I was adopted. I didn’t resemble either of my parents or … Continue reading

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Wendy & Her Mom

Here’s a story from another reader who wanted to honor her mother. Here’s Wendy: “At 19 my mom found herself pregnant. She waited until Christmas to tell her parents, and I was born barely a month later. They welcomed me … Continue reading

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Author Ramona Richards Didn’t Know the Challenge Love Would Bring

Love Inspired Author Ramona Richards didn’t know how strong she was until she became a mother herself. Here’s Ramona: “I come from a long line of strong women. A healer and a midwife. The wife of a tenant farmer who … Continue reading

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Book Monday–Author Linda Hall & Shadows on the River

Today’s book is by my friend Linda Hall who writes compelling suspense spiced with a great romance. “SHADOWS ON THE RIVER is the story of Ally Roarke. When she was a young teenager she saw her best friend pushed to … Continue reading

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Reader Edna T Praises her mother

Throughout this month, I have been touched by the stories from readers about the strong women in their lives. Today, Edna T shares about her mother.Here’s Edna T: “The woman that I respect the most was my Mama. She was … Continue reading

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Kara Lynn Russell & "Millions of Cats"

Today another Wisconsin author, Kara Lynn Russell is sharing the story of a woman who never married but was willing to “mother” her young siblings in hard times.Here’s Kara: “Before I wrote romance, I was a children’s librarian and I … Continue reading

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Love Inspired Author Missy Tippens Honors her grandmother

Today, Missy Tippens, a newer Love Inspired Author, guests and tells a precious story of love and family. Here’s Missy: “Lyn, thank you so much for having me today. I wanted to share with all of you a little about … Continue reading

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Another Reader Darcie’s Mother-A Southern Country Woman

I’m truly inspired by the stories of Mothers that have been posted. Here is Darcie’s tribute: “My mother was a simple southern country woman who was loved by everyone in the community. We were poor and she worked very hard … Continue reading

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