|My dad holding me, my mom, and my older sister|
She read her Bible every single morning (still does) without fail before getting out of bed to start the day. Seeing that as a child had a big impact on me.
|Holding Little Man when he was brand new|
Even when my dad was out of town for work (which was often) she got all five of us kids ready for church and had us there on time. We were never late for church. If you have one or more kids, you know what an accomplishment that is. Did I mention that my dad usually had the family car at work with him? My mom had no mode of transportation except for her own two feet. We walked to church, we walked to the grocery store, we walked to the library. When I was having problems with my asthma and needed to see a doctor, she put me in our little red wagon and pulled me to the doctors' office.
|Reading a story to Little Man and Princess before bed.|
|Her favorite instrument-the upright bass|
My mom is a librarian and a bluegrass musician. You can usually find her at the local library, at a bluegrass festival, or a bluegrass jam session.
|She also plays mandolin, guitar, and a little fiddle. Picture by Emily Anderson Photography|
|Playing the electric bass|
One more thing...I saw this on Facebook and thought it summed up Mother's Day pretty well.
|Original source: Butt-Ons Cloth Diapers|
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