As many of you know, my mother passed away on April 12th after a struggle with Parkinson's and Dementia. She did not suffer long and my whole family was grateful for the time we had to be together to say good by, share memories and support my father as he continues on with his life.
I spent much of the week following her passing to think of how I could honor her at her service. I was encouraged by my husband Tom to speak and I am glad that he did.
Although my relationship with my mother was not always good, in the 57 years of life that she gave me, she did teach me many things. I chose a few of those to speak and share about at her service. I wanted to share those words with you.
I am encourage you to see the good even when there may be struggles. Take time to reflect so you can see what you have learned from others, especially our parents, those who gave us life.
What have you learned to value from your parent?
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