A message to wish you Happy Mother’s Day, every day.
This Sunday we will celebrate Mother’s Day in the USA and my thoughts are turned to all of the wonderful mothers in my life. On Saturday September 27, 1980 the annual General Relief Society Meeting was held in Salt Lake City inside the Tabernacle on Temple Square. The theme was “Learn—Then Teach,”
Today is Mother’s Day; when we officially honor all of our mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, friends, or any of the remarkable women who who have “mothered” us along the path of our lives. I read today that “Life doesn’t come with a manual; it comes with a Mother”. That’s such a lovely thought. Makes us feel all …
Today I joined with my family, friends and over 15,000 new “bosom buddies” in the annual Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure in Salt Lake City, Utah. This event is always held the first Saturday of May and you can read about our experience last year, here. Although the weather was predicted to hit …
…”My Mother was diagnosed with breast cancer two years ago. I don’t know what was worse – the diagnoses, the actual cancer, or the thought of having to watch my mother suffer, and possibly die from this dreaded disease” . . .
This post shares my experience participating in the 2010 Susan G. Komen “Race for the Cure” in Salt Lake City Saturday May 8, 2010 as a Mother’s Day Present. Be sure to Watch the Video I created with exclusive photos and video clips!
This Sunday we will celebrate Mother’s Day in America. For many, it is a joyful occasion, highlighted with traditional gifts of roses, candy, homemade cards and small tokens – lovingly crafted by little hands with big hearts.