I love being a mother. Motherhood has been one of the greatest blessings of my life. Mother's Day 2013

But it is hard work, people. Really, really, hard work. Like 24/7/365 kind of hard work. ‘Cause even when my kids and me (who are all teens right now) are not together I’m still “mother”. I think like a mother and feel like a mother all the time. I’m pretty sure that will never change—and I wouldn’t change it if I could.

I also love being a mother in this day and time. There are many days when talking to or being with other women/mothers isn’t an option and I can sit down at my computer and be encouraged by those who write online. They make me laugh and cry and cherish my role as mother on days when I feel really overwhelmed.

The posts I’ve listed below helped me this week. Hope they help you, too.

The Lesson I Learned from My Massive Motherhood Fail written by Kat. She also writes at Inspired to Action.

this. the one needed thing written by Lara at To Overflowing.

When the Season is a Fast-Moving Train (Wreck) written by Shannan at Flower Patch Farm Girl blooms in the city.

P.S. I’ve added a “search” option to the side bar. If you’re looking for a particular post you should be able to find it by entering a keyword there. Hope that’s helpful. Speaking of helpful, feel free to let me know if there are other topics I could address in future posts that would be helpful to you.

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