Happy Mother's Day!

gwonmothers Her children arise up, and call her blessed; her husband also, and he praiseth her.” -Proverbs 31:28 Happy Mother's Day to all our readers!  If you are not yet a subscriber of the Art of Eloquence  weekly newsletter, What's New at Art of Eloquence, Moms should be this month!  Art of Eloquence has a special free gift for moms this year but only for our newsletter subscribers.  It is available only for a short time and we will be giving the link out to our subscribers again on Tuesday. It's a beautifully illustrated eBook containing a collection of scriptures about mothers and it's called God's Word on Motherhood!  Don't miss out on this free gift that you can download AND give a copy to your own mom! But it's only for our newsletter subscribers so hurry and subscribe to What's New at Art of Eloquence before Tuesday! Happy Mother's Day everyone!  And please share what you did on Mother's Day right here!  I'd love to hear your Mother's Day stories!


  • cindy holman

    Sounds like you had an incredible day too!! I’m so glad for you :) Blessings on you – your Mother and your daughter too :)

  • jojosblog

    It was sort of Mother’s Day weekend around here. On Saturday, we went up to Sedona on our first vacation day in years. Life was just too expensive in California to afford such things as a vacation, even for a day. We had a ball spending time with my folks, having breakfast at a place called The Coffee Pot and traipsing all over the red rocks of Arizona.

    Yesterday morning, my son came into my office with a gift bag from Daddy. It contained a purple squishy wallet, a pair of purple dangly earrings, the movie Fireproof and a purple candle! My son presented me with a purple drawing of our house and the four of us with a note on the top that said “Happy You Day”. lol Later on my dd presented me with a beautiful marquezite heart bracelet she bought for me in Sedona when I wasn’t looking!

    At church the message was about mothers, but it was a different sort of Mother’s Day message that spoke of what mothers should do and how God is like that also. I loved that! After church, my dd took me out with my mom (three generations) to a Russian coffee place (she is a Russian and European Studies major at college). We took some pictures I can post when I get them downloaded to the computer.

    Then we spent the day at my mom’s house listening to music, playing Scrabble and EATING! My mom’s an incredible cook!

    I pray your day was special. Share your Mother’s Day with us here! What’d you do on Mother’s Day?

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