Happy Mother’s Day!

Mother's Day is a celebration honoring the mother of the family, as well as motherhood, maternal bonds, and the influence of mothers in society. It is celebrated on various days in many parts of the world, most commonly in the months of March or May.

The modern Mother's Day began in the United States, is at the initiative of Anna Jarvis in the early 20th century.

What will you do this Sunday to celebrate the divine feminine. The mother figure in your life.

Vibrant Living Tip

As we approach Mother’s Day on Sunday, find a way to celebrate your mother or a mother figure to you.

Over the years, I developed a great relationship with my mother. We talked about many things. Some happy. Laughing over many things. Some sad. Talking about death as she was dying.

One of my favorite memories was when we were out to dinner at a Chinese restaurant. She noticed that I was pushing water chestnuts off to the side. She asked what I was doing. I said: I don’t like water chestnuts. And I don’t have to eat them. She looked at me a bit quizzically. I said: You don’t have to eat them either. She started pushing the water chestnuts off to the side and said: Where were you when I was growing up?

All the things she taught me over the years, we finally got to the place where I could teach her something.

Think of a time like this that you had. Enjoy the memory.

Vibrant Living Take Away

What memory do you have of a mother figure. Find a way to bless that person/memory.

Until next time...

Dream Bravely.
Act Boldly.
Live Vibrantly!

Lynn Tranchell

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  1. Kim Haynes on May 8, 2020 at 5:53 am

    Well said and well done! My mom passed 7 years ago on May 20, 1993. I still cannot believe she is gone but the reality is truth. The things she taught me, as you stated carry on to this day. They are priceless tips of self care and great reputation will take you further in life than anything else. With Jehovah , she was blessed to be here for 80 years. I was able to teach her as well especially daily celebrations, garden surrounding her home. Then when did she had already experienced the love daily before the holiday. Every day we should show love in every way.

    • Lynn on May 8, 2020 at 1:16 pm

      My mother left us 21 years ago on Mother’s Day. She left a great legacy of children and grandchildren.

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