I pray that the actions they choose will lead them on the path of goodness and righteousness. I understand that being 22 is not so easy. I pray that they lean on those that stand for truth and follow truth's path.
I pray that when times are heated, that they are noble and live in a way that leads them to stay firmly footed. I understand that being 19 is not easy. I pray that the men they set as their examples are of good report.
I pray that in crises my sons stand on the side of truth, allowing compassion, hope, and generosity to shine. I understand that being 18 is not easy. I pray that my sons stand firm in His Truth in all times and set the moral compass on what God has provided.
I pray that if these young men make mistakes that they learn from the mistakes and go on to be the men of great potential that they are. I pray that if these young men make mistakes that Bill and I do not glorify the failures, but instead support them on the path back to truth.
Dear America, I share my sons, as they are really more part of the national fiber than mine anymore. I share my sons as they are becoming tall men in our nation, choosing to be, all because anything is possible.
I share my sons because Martin Luther King said
I have a dream that little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.
My little children are men~ and I pray that we raise the bar for all of our sons, so that they can become.
a mother of part of the tapestry that makes our nation great.
photo one-my oldest son
photo two-my middle son
photo three-my third son