Bret and Amber Tueller
It has been said that the highest and noblest work in this life is that of a mother. Honestly, I don't know if that gives mothers enough credit.
Think of the myriad roles a mother plays in the life of her children: nurturer, doctor, banker, chauffeur, chef, judge, coach, stylist, housekeeper, manager, party planner, referee, psychologist, repairman, teacher, waitress, photographer ... the list can go on for a while.
I can think of no other venture, accomplishment, or triumph that can have as far-reaching of an impact as that of a mother. Mothers shape our lives, our character, and the very fabric of our reality. To be a mother is to sacrificefor others, and there is no greater love than that. Even the very act of becoming a mother by bringing a child into this world is a miracle,and a true act of sacrifice.
Abraham Lincoln said, "All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother." I feel the same way about my mother and the mother of my children. Never underestimate the impact a mother can have.
My heart does go out to those who are not able to be mothers. I cannot imagine their pain and the courage they display to embrace those around them who have the thing they covet most. My admiration and respect is equal for those in that situation.
To all the women out there, you are magnificent. Thank you for your sacrifice, love, and tireless example.Our community is great because of our mothers.
A personal thank you to Cauleen, Connie, and Amber! Happy Mother's Day.