A Mosaic of Mother’s Days

Always end the day with a positive thought. Now matter how hard things were, tomorrow’s a fresh opportunity to make it better.”
–Zig Ziglar
“Put your money where your mouth is,” is a favorite saying of my mom’s. Did I really believe the words I posted on Facebook just this morning?
When I walked in the door at 11:30 last night, bone-weary from an evening of going back and forth from the waiting room to the emergency room where my eighty-three-year old mother lay in a hospital bed waiting for a room, I had to make a choice. I read the words on the computer screen again and thought of all the difficulties and fears we faced earlier.When I walked in the door at 11:30 last night, bone-weary from an evening of going back and forth from the waiting room to the emergency room where my eighty-three-year old mother lay in a hospital bed waiting for a room, I had to make a choice. I read the words on the computer screen again and thought of all the difficulties and fears we faced earlier. How did I really feel?