Thursday, February 3, 2011

Mother-in-Law ~ Little Leaps of Love

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If you Google the word "Mother-in-law" you are guaranteed to come up with a long list of sites that have endless jokes and quotes about mother-in-laws. And generally speaking, none of them are very positive. A movie with such a name has even been made. Songs have been written. While I know that there are some in-laws that can be a bit "out there", thankfully mine isn't one of them {and I'm not writing that because I know she might be reading my blog!}. I have been immensely blessed with a great mother-in-law.

I don't know how your relationship is with yours, but today's little leap  focuses on that woman in your life. Years ago, she brought someone into this world, chased him around the house, cleaned up after him...and now he's yours to chase around the house and...well, he's all yours. {grins}

And you love him.

Take the time today to write a quick note to your MIL and let her know that you love her, are thankful for her, and appreciate that she raised an amazing son. If it's hard for you to do that, find some way to encourage her. Maybe a Scripture verse that means something to you. Do something to show her she is appreciated. And loved. Make her day. Bring a smile to her face. It doesn't have to be huge - just a little something.

Points for this little leap of love: 30 points.

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Join us during the month of February for Little Leaps of Love ~ daily ideas of little things that we can do to show our family a little bit of love in a simple, but fun way. It’s not to late to join in with Little Leaps of Love! Find out more about the challenge {and the prizes} here.

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