There are times I feel like my grandmother’s voice is fading in my memory. She has only been gone for five years, but I am afraid if I don’t hold on tightly I will forget completely. I often long to sit in her room with the smell of a burning fire, the music of her canary filling the air, and listening to her tell a story.
I am at a time in my life I long to ask her questions. I want her advice on how to be a Godly wife. Although I am not a mother yet, I know one day that day will come, and I want to ask her about raising children. I do know, whatever her answers would have been, my grandmother, Ruth Bell Graham, always had a sense of humor with her bits of wisdom.
I consider myself lucky daughter, that she passed her sense of humor and wisdom down to my mother. And I pray one day I will pass their sense of humor and wisdom down to my children.
Instead of sitting next to her bed and asking her questions, I am able to watch the wonderful memories on video. In the memory of Mother’s Day, I wanted to share with you an interview with my grandmother about raising children.
Happy Mother’s Day to all you wonderful moms.
What are some memories that you are reminded of on Mother’s Day?