A Mother’s Day Tribute
“When I find myself in times of trouble Mother Mary comes to me. Speaking words of wisdom, let it be, let it be.” -The Beatles, Let it Be.
Let us pray for all of those who have ever undertaken the profession of motherhood and all the women who have come before us who helped shape us into the women we are today.
Today’s Intention – Tell your Mother how much you love her – in person, by phone, or in a prayer lifted up to her by angels.
This is my beautiful and spirited Mother in one of her musicals (circa 1945). She was a singer and a dancer. She loved music. She had a radio show for years. I used to listen as a baby with my beloved Grandmother Annie Niland. A tale from my childhood: When I was about three, I missed my Mother. I was precocious, to say the least. I thought if I could get her out of that radio box, she would come home. I sent Annie to the kitchen to get me some juice. While she was gone, I took the opportunity to knock the radio off the stand and break it. Annie came rushing back in and found me standing amidst the pieces of the radio. Looking up at her with wide-eyed expectancy I announced, “Mommy will come home now.” She didn’t come home.