Hey BFFs, do you know about the terrific Mother’s Day Giveaway I’ve got going on right now?
All you have to do is send me a photo or written description of a special mom-memory from your life and your name will automatically be entered in my Mother’s Day Giveaway. The winner will be randomly selected on Mother’s Day, and you’ll win a prize package including:
- Too Blessed to be Stressed Tee (size L)
- Personalized copy of my award-winning, Too Blessed to be Stressed for Moms
- Personalized copy of my newest 365-day devo, Too Blessed to be Stressed: 3-Minute Daily Devotions for Morning & Evening
- Too Blessed to be Stressed reminder bracelet
- Selection of my own fave choco-treats so you can pig out on Mother’s Day!
The winner will be announced right here on my very next blog post (after May 9). I sure hope it’s you!
Here are some samples of the mom-moments that have already been shared by our BFF sisters:
“Once my mom needed to use the restroom while I was driving. I pulled over to a gas station; the bathrooms were outside. Mom went in while I was playing with my children and when she got back her face was red. She said a man had walked in on her and when they saw each other, she screamed. Then he screamed. They both screamed. And he ran out of the bathroom.” ~Ana M.
“One of my most memorable mom-moments is when both my daughters were driving in a small car, heading to work. The hood of the car opened and they both had to look out the side windows to pull over; they were scared but once they got off the road, they couldn’t stop laughing. I was so glad they weren’t going fast and ended up being safe. Now it’s a funny story.” ~Peggy T.
“A memorable mom-moment? When your children meet their new baby sister for the first time!” ~Antoinette M.
“My most memorable moment with my precious mom was when we went to Tennessee and spent the whole day on the Blue Ridge Parkway. My mom is now in heaven with Jesus but it will always be a sweet blessing.” ~ Carol M.
“I’m one of your YouTube subscribers, Debora, and here’s the story of my mom. My mom is the mother of 7 children; I’m the youngest child. She’s the most wonderful mom in the entire world. Together with my late Papa they educated us 7 children. She’s amazing, cool, protective and loving. She taught us to speak to Jesus every day. And I’m thankful to her because she let us explore things in life. She and Papa really trusted me and built my capability. I love my Mama Linda so much.” ~Julie Grace O.
Say, dearest BFF, I’d love to post your memorable mom-moment here next week! Just send it in … (and you might win BIG)!
Happy Mother’s Day!
Frances Guy says
My mom was an avid “fisherwoman” and would sit in a boat from sunup till sundown without batting an eye. When I was a teenager, we had a house on a river on the Gulf coast in Mississippi. Mama and I would go down and spend the week. I loved to read so I would always take several books with me. We would go fishing everyday. I drove the boat and we would anchor at one of her favorite spots. She would bait her hook on her fancy spinning rod. I would tie a fishing line to my big toe, bait my hook, prop my foot on the side of the boat, get one of my books and read. I didn’t catch as many fish as Mama did but I read lots more books. Ahhh…favorite memories!
I love this story, Frances! I’ll bet you’ll always think of your mom whenever you see a fish for the rest of your life. Thanks so much for taking the time to share your mom-memory with us; I’m entering your name in the Giveaway. Hugs!
Cindy Stigall says
My mom was an avid gardener and loved working outside from sunup to way beyond sundown. She always said she was in her heaven on earth when she was in her garden. I miss her so much but I know she is now tending a heavenly garden!