Sunday, May 10, 2020


Happy Mothers Day to my mom Margo, to my wife Lynda, to my mother-in-law Cheri, to my sister Mary, my sister-in-law Virginia, to my sister-in-law Ashlyn, and to all the mothers out there! I hope that you can find time for peace and reflection and satisfaction on Mothers Day.

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You know, I started to write something about the unique joys as well as the burdens of being a mother. But, as you know, I have no idea what it means to be a mother or any real concept of how it feels to be a mother these days. I can only observe it and formulate my own opinions. But to suggest I understand it is nonsense. So I really shouldn't try.

I am grateful for my mother, who watched over me and cared for me in so many ways through my life and to today. And I am deeply grateful to my wife and her role as a mother in my own family. Lynda does so many good things, and I should be a better and more consistent job of thanking her for all that she does.

I hope you all enjoy your day today and can find some rest and peace today and in the week ahead.

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