Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

Good Days…Bad Days With Maureen Pratt

Thank you, Mom!

Maureen Pratt Author PicWe give flowers, gifts, meals. We make visits and phone calls. We hug them, help them, maybe even harmonize with them – remembering a lullaby or other song from our childhood.

But, what can we say for all they’ve done for us? What finite words can sum up our infinite gratitude and love?

My mother has been a tremendous support and help for me. A true blessing through illness’ ups and downs and “life in general.” There’s a lot I could say about her, but these words, though brief, are probably the most heart-felt I could ever say:

Thank you, Mom! I love you and I’m so very happy that God gave you to me!

Blessings for the day,


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