I have been thinking about my recent visit with my mother in
has changed since I was with her for her 90th birthday last spring.
It is a very noticeable change and not for the better. Many mini strokes over
the years had already robbed her of the ability to make new memories but she
always knew who I was and was with the moment. Texas
This past year she broke her hip and spent time in the hospital and has been in decline ever since. She looks very frail and is no longer in the moment or knows who I am. We just go with the flow of her conversation of what ever moment she is in and enjoy being with her. I am so thankful for the care my sister Jeannie gives her.
My mother was always a rock of faith and love for me and my siblings. Because of her I am the man I am today able to live and be at peace with God. I know that her great faith is still with her and even though she is nearing the last of her days with us that she will be in the arms of God forever. I am at peace with that and honor her life as a woman of Proverbs 31.
I love you mom.