I hope that each of the women who read this blog had a blessed Mother's Day. I read a blog today that sited Isaiah 54:1-3. The mom who writes the blog had a vision of a "childless" woman in heaven, being mother to all of the children lost to their earthly mothers too early. It's a beautiful vision. Read about it HERE.
So...to all of the women who read this blog, Happy Mother's Day. Whether your babies are here on earth (known or unknown) or have gone before you to heaven, Happy Mother's Day.
Kendi: Kendi was her mother's first and last child. Of all of my children's mothers, I have the least tender thoughts towards her. She did not work hard to bring Kendi into this world, nor did she work hard to keep Kendi here once she was born. It's too painful and private to post about here. But this is not someone I admire for any reason. She did not choose to parent Kendi, nor did she choose to place her for adoption. To her, the most I can say is that I am thankful that she placed Kendi in someone else's arms before abandoning her, rather than simply putting her on the ground and walking away. I pray that she found Christ before she died.