Green Life Blue Water

© pam lazos

Jesus said mother I couldn’t stay another day longer

He flies right by and leaves a kiss upon her face

While the Angels are singing his praises in a blaze of glory

Mary stays behind and starts cleaning up the place

Nancy Griffin – “Mary”

My own mother has been gone for six years now and there’s hardly a day that I don’t miss her or wish for her wise counsel. Mothers are the original influencers, our first supporters, our original protectors, our guiding lights, the ones standing guard between us and the rest of the world, giving us a little push when we need it and saying, “you got this.”

Being a mom means showing up, no matter if you’re busy, or tired, or facing a crisis of your own; of being overworked and underpaid; of working behind the scenes or out in front on behalf…

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