Happy Mother’s Day!



Happy Mother’s Day to All of You Beautiful Moms 

Just a little note of affection to all of you moms. May the Lord bless you and refresh you as you continue to love and care for your family. It’s not always easy, it can be challenging at times but keep on believing and praying for your precious children. Keep speaking words of life, truth, guidance, and encouragement. All in the bond of love. We have a promise that if we continue to impart the ways in which they should walk they will never turn from it.

“Start children off on the way they should go, and
even when they are old they will not turn from it”

Proverb 22:6

And if you still have your mother, make sure you send her flowers, write her a thank you note, take her out for a good meal, and remember all she has done and what she truly means to you.

This Mother’s Day is different for me. I lost my mom in February, and it really hurts. I miss her so much. It’s hard not being able to pick up the phone and talk to her. Even though she had a stroke and was not able to communicate, I know she always understood what I said. She responded to the best of her ability. She tried so hard. She went home to be with the Lord 8 days before her 97th birthday.    

Today I want to honor her and thank the Lord for the strong woman she was, for always believing in me even in my crazy hours, always being positive, caring, and generous. I miss you, Mom!

I am also the mother of a handsome young man David Jean-Claude (17 years old). I love him so much and he is growing into a wonderful person. I’m so proud of him.

Here’s my precious Mom Maria and my Dad Jean-Claude (he passed away last October) when they were young and the last pic we took together. I miss them both so much. I used to call them Maman et Papa.           


How about you? Do you still have your precious mother? How many children do you have? Please leave me a message below and maybe a picture of your beautiful family.

Much love,

Corinne 🙂

“She opens her mouth with wisdom, and on her tongue is
the law of kindness. She watches over the ways of her
household and does not eat the bread of idleness.
Her children rise up and call her blessed; her
Husband also, and he praises her”

Proverb 31:26-28


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