Mother’s Day is all about sharing and sending cheer and celebration to the wonderful mother’s out there that has given us life and taught us the most important tactics of the world.
I think of Mother’s Day is recognizing how our mothers have taught us over the years. I have been blessed with a mother that is so loving, strong, and full of life. She is my rock, my best friend, and my person that I go to on any matter.
I have to say that if it wasn’t for my mother, I would have never written a book. I would have never opened up my heart for a family and children. I would have never pushed through life as a bull and achieving all that I have.
My mother is the most positive person I know, she is there when I am down, she is there when my world is going right, and she is there when I am almost ready to give up. She is truly my rock, and the person that I go to for advice, opinion, and on how to be a mom. She has taught me well, and if it wasn’t for my mother, I would be a lost soul.
I have to say through my teen years, I didn’t recognize my mother for who she was, or what she was trying to be. As, I have grown and have enjoyed the chance of getting to know the person inside beside the mother that she is. She is a bright woman, a business success…..a woman that has talent that could shoot through the sky, like a falling star. A woman that never speaks badly about anyone, a woman that looks at every situation as though it was her on the other end, and a woman that would open her door for anyone in need, rather if it was a bird with a broken wing, or someone plainly looking for life.
She is the bright star in my life, she is the woman that I talk to everyday, someone that I look up to, and enjoy every conversation. Through the years of just loving having my mother by my side, over a year ago, I thought I was going to lose her, a defect in her heart sent her to many heart attacks, through the many surgeries , I panicked if my mother was going to be in my life. I sat in the waiting room many days hoping that one great doctor would fix her heart, knowing that her heart within was too large and would fight to the last moment.
My husband panicked knowing that if I lost my rock, I would never be who I am today. After many god filled moments, she was healed. It brought me back to the day that she had lost her mother, it made me realize how strong a mother daughter relationship is, and how strongly it pulls us to who we are. Rather if you never know your mother, and if you look at ones as though it takes the mother place in your heart, or if you find yourself too late. A mother always has a pull on your heart, always a rock in your being…..a treasure you hold on so dear.
I thank god every day for giving me more time with my rock, my hero, my everything. She is not only my mother she is my best friend. The one I call when I have great news, the one I share my unfortunate, the one that I hold dear and forever.
The one that has taught me how to be a mother, and how dear every moment is, because we never know what tomorrow will bring……
So on that note…..
“Gypsy’s Meadow” was a story that my daughter and I created together, and I would love the thoughts of mothers and daughters to have a chance to enjoy the story in knowing that the funds are going to a proper place for equines.
Because if it wasn’t for my mother, and my daughter’s mother……this story would never be shared…….
“Gypsy’s Meadow’s will be “On Sale.”
For the discount price this week:
Kindle: Original Price of $8.99 to $5.99
Paperback Book: $14.99 to $10.99
You could give a “Mother’s Day gift and help a wonderful cause through Mothers to Daughters to helping our Equine Friends for a discounted price.
If you would like your books signed, please email, at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try our best to send your signed books in time for “Mother’s Day.”
Please share your stories of how your mother has affected you, and we will delighted on sharing our story for free. A signed copy for “Mother’s Day.”
We thank you greatly for your support,
Happy Reading and Writing,
J.T. Brown and Madison Brown