Saturday, May 7, 2011

Mother's matter what!

My  mom lost her battle to ovarian cancer September 30, 2008. I am so proud of her courage and grace, not only in battling cancer, but in battling life. Like most, she experienced great joy and great sorrow while on this earth. She was one of the most giving and forgiving people I have ever encountered. I believe God placed her in the lives of those she touched throughout the years to serve as an example of love and kindness. And if ever there was a role she was made to fill, it was to be a "mom". In one of the last conversations I had with my mom, she said, "I'll think of you everyday, no matter what". I do the same mom, and I'm so very thankful for you!

Wishing all moms out there (especially my  "new mom" daughter)
a very Happy Mother's Day! 
God's blessings this day, and always.


  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your sweet comment. Your post about your mother was beautifully written. Now I'm enjoying looking through your past posts. Have a wonderful mothers day yourself.

  2. Hello, nice to meet you, Ms.Kuki

    I happened to stop by your blog today, "mother's day".
    Well, I'm a middle 50's Japanese woman who might be older than your late mother.

    I started blogger this Feb. and having fun with my new blogger friends. please forgive me, I found lots of typo in my previous comment.

    Hope we can be friends, Orchid

  3. Hi Kuki!
    Thanks for your visit with me today...Im your newest follower (purehunnybee)
    What a beautiful mother and such a beautiful legacy she left you.
    Blessings to you on this Mothers Day!
    Looking forward to getting to know you xo

    Deborah xoxo

  4. Thank you SO much for commenting to my blog.
    I was in tears reading your mom's last words.
    I’m also looking forward to reading your old posts.

    Hope you will be kind enough to follow me back♪

  5. What a lovely tribute to your mom. I know that you miss her. I'm your newest follower, so I look forward to reading your posts.

  6. By the way... Congratulations on being a new "Nana". Grandparenting is wonderful!


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