My sister, brother and I were lucky to have a mother who really loved us. She was always there to listen to us and support us. Mom was special because she always encouraged us to spread our wings and try anything we wanted to do.
Not everyone has a terrific mother, but maybe that mother is doing the best they can, and for that they should be given kudos for doing what they can.
My mother passed away in
April 4, 1998, and I still miss her. For all you mother's, I'm offering a digital
copy of my book, The Catalyst. All you have
to do is leave a comment telling me how many children you have.
Dark revelations and secret love lead to personal resurrection.
Carolyn Madison didn't kill her husband but didn't mourn him either. The rapist deserved to die, or at least she thought so. Beneath a myriad of family secrets, Carolyn drags the skeletons out of the closet and in the arms of her true love, learns to love again.
Walt Tollhouse has pined for Carolyn since she was a shy seventeen-year-old. Little did he know Robert Dubois would steal her away, and then destroy the beautiful spirit he still loved. Beneath the guise of clean-up man, the martial arts instructor never pushes his battered love but gives her silent support she deserves.
Happy Mother's Day to all those special ladies out there.