Thanks, Mom.

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  1. Monica Williams May 29, 2019

    My mother was an inspiration to me; not only because she loved my Daddy, but all 8 of her children! She taught us that God loved us and with that love we can share Jesus with those around us. What a wonderful heritage!

  2. Lynn M. May 10, 2019

    Mom! It will soon be 20 years since you left us so suddenly to be with Jesus. I’m a grandma now, in my early 60’s. I see you more and more when I look in the mirror these days, and that’s a good thing. Thank you, thank you, for life and love. I miss you!

  3. HB May 9, 2019

    I love you, Mom. Thank you. 🙂

  4. JustMe April 18, 2019

    I love you, Mom. Thank you for teaching me that it’s okay to be weird…and that I’m just right the way God made me. <3

  5. Carol Cimarossa May 9, 2015

    Thank you Mom for showing me that in moments of great tragedy there is always hope and that God is always near. When I observed you in times of happiness, hardship, loss, gain, you were always gracious and grateful. What a wonderful gift to give your kids! I love you Mom now and always. God bless you, especially this Mother’s Day.

  6. Veronika May 8, 2015

    I am honored to be counted among them as a mother.

  7. Palamanga Ouali May 7, 2015

    N’Na , Maman: Merci. A big thank you to all mothers. Thanks for your sacifice, your garce and love. May God bless you in all.

  8. Lynn Griffin May 5, 2015

    I wouldn’t be where I am without my mom, I blessed and grateful God chose me to be her daughter. I will love and cherish all that taught me and appreciate every sacrifice she made.

  9. Claudia Cancellieri May 5, 2015

    Mia madre è mancata da diversi anni e non era credente, ma ringrazio Dio per avermela data e per aver avuto quella specifica mamma, che ho tanto amato, Lei mi ha insegnato tutto quanto, ma a pregare ed ad amare il Signore me l’ha insegnato Gesù stesso

  10. Sandy Grussing May 5, 2015

    This post really brings the message home…a mother is a mother whatever side of the world she lives. Cultures may be different; but being a mother is the same in Kenya as it is in Thailand as it is in Ecuador as it is in Kansas.

  11. Adam Tinsley May 5, 2015

    This is such a cool blog post, and it’s so true! Great job Eryn! We all owe our moms so much! I wouldn’t be where I am without my mom and I am so thankful for all of her tireless efforts and her advice and encouragement through the years.

  12. Eryn Carman May 5, 2015

    I wrote this for all of the beautifully strong women that our program serves and for my incredible mother, Marcie.

    Some of my sweetest memories from my childhood are of her singing me to sleep with “You Are My Sunshine.” I would not be the musician I am today if she hadn’t shared her love and gift of music with me.

    Thanks, mom. You always make me happy when skies are grey.

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