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  1. Very well written, Amy! We are so thankful for all the Godly mothers who nurture His children.

    1. Dr. Veenstra,
      Thank you for taking time to read my piece and for your affirmation. Yes, nurturing His children is the most humbling, freaky, yet gratifying role God has placed on us. Often times I am thoroughly amazed that God saw in His loving wisdom to give me “my” little brood. 🙂 Affectionately and respectfully, Amy

  2. Thank you Amy for this special article! Your children with cherish you and this real story for life. It is part of an ethical will that you leave with them and us.

    1. Marion,
      Thank you for taking interest in my written words and for your encouragement. God created us to be relational with Him, our families and others. It is vital to be real and intentional in these relationships. It’s easy to slip mechanically into the rapid pace of day to day life. I ask God daily to open my eyes to truly see the people inside my home and on the other side of my front door.

      I haven’t received a good Sully hug from you for quite some time! 🙂
      Respectfully and in special friendship, Amy

    1. Tara,
      Thank you for taking time to read my words and for your positive response. I’m grateful my story resonated with you.
      We mamas need to stick together, love each other, and build each other up! Thank you for doing just that with your comment. 🙂

      Take care,
      Amy

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