It’s Wednesday! I want you to sit and reflect on who your grandmother is and what she was to you. She may not have been well known. She may have been a lady who had to clean for others, wash clothes for others, or even cook for others. But, her contribution to your life was significant. She was a true definition of a SHERO! She is/was the living example of the Titus 2 woman.
She may have been a woman of few words or many words. She may have been the first woman you saw read the Bible, pray, and love her church family like her own family. She may have watched you and your siblings during the summer. She cooked the best oatmeal on cold winter mornings. Or she cooked the best fish and grits on Fridays and stewed chicken on Saturday evenings. I thank God for grandmothers.
They love us; Hold our hands; Encourage our hearts; Cover us in prayer; Listen to the issues of our hearts; Remind us to treat others as we would want to be treated; Remind us of our worth; Correct us in love; Challenge us to be better; and Push us to go further than they could have ever dreamed of. It’s been over 30 years since I had the blessing of physically talking to my grandmother. She understood me like none other. She believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself.
To the young woman that still has her grandmother, I pray that you would cherish every moment with her. Laugh with her, love her, hold her feeble hand, comb her hair, pray for her, glean from her wisdom, and let her know how grateful you are to have her in your life. I am grateful for the prayers of my grandmother. Sis, if she is still here with you be grateful. If she is no longer with you, cherish the memories. Remember, there is nothing like a grandmother’s love. Always remember that you are loved! Until Friday…..Lady T
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.