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I’ve had 28 Mother’s Days to celebrate hand painted vases, breakfast in bed, and home-drawn cards. When the kids were little, it was kind of like another day’s work. But as they grew, they became more appreciative. Now, as half are out of the nest, half in, I understand what Dianne speaks of in her post this week. She was looking for something different than the norm, because you see, she’s entering the launching period.
I used to look forward to those things. They are wonderful and so much fun. But my kids are older teens now—with their own lives–busy and full of everything you can imagine. Good stuff, too! With all of that, what I really wanted for Mother’s Day has changed. I still enjoy some of the pampering. Honestly, though, I went into the weekend wanting something else. By the time the weekend was over, however, God showed me something even more important. Read on to find out the important lesson Dianne learned over Mother’s Day weekend!
~Dianne Thornton from DianneThornton.com, When What you want for Mother’s Day changes
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