A perfect Mother’s Day gift from a man-child

A "China marker" sketch of P.L.S. Asinyanbi. (Photo, courtesy of the artist, her son, David.)

A “China marker” sketch of P.L.S. Asinyanbi. (Photo, courtesy of the artist, her son, David.)

 

Mother’s Day 2013 has been memorable–not because of a costly gift–but because of a letter from my teenage son.

Last night, I told him about the struggles I experienced when he was a baby and how on Mother’s Day 2000, when he was a little over 4-month’s old, I prayed for him, holding him in both my hands up to my God, dedicating him to the All Mighty. I conveyed to him how special he was then and now . . .

Read a Mother’s Day story I’d like to share by clicking here.

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