Charm is deceitful and beauty is vain, but a woman who fears the LORD, she shall be praised.
First off, I would like to say thank you to the two mothers in my life: Mom and MiL. I offer you digital flowers (below), as I cannot deliver any in person. Frankly, without either of them my life would be empty – who knows! I could be a doorknob, or three baked potatoes, or most likely single and in a dorm who-knows-where. So thank you, Mom and Deborah, for being moms and raising us right. I’d like to quote a birthday card I got from an octogenarian today at church: “Thank your parents for the training they have given you, and its shows, so they can be very proud of you.” I think the same thing can be said for Ian’s parents as well. So Moms, pat yourselves on the back, because you’ve done a wonderful job momming us when we needed the love and support you so consistently offered. We love you very much and thank God that He gave us to you as children (and children-in-laws).