Mother’s Day Flyer
A Mother’s love is like sunshine on a rainy day–-it’s warm and welcome.
A Mother’s love is like medicine for the heart, it makes you smile;
A Mother’s love makes you see through rose-colored glasses;
A Mother’s love causes you to laugh out loud at the simplest of things;
A Mother’s love inspires and motivates;
A Mother’s love fills your head with happy thoughts, your heart with song, and your feet with dance and your soul with peace;
A Mother’s love is unconditional.
Remember, Mom, this Mother’s day with a book of Love Letters from God — click the Mother’s Day flyer link.
Happy Mother’s Day
A collection of letters as though written from God to you–because life is meant to be delicious!
Available from Createspace (print) and Amazon
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