Four Years Later a Miraculous Mother’s Day

Four Years Later a Miraculous Mother’s Day

Four Years Later a Miraculous Mother’s Day

By: Patty L. Fletcher

May 8, 2021

When the knock on the kitchen window sounded, I found, I could barely catch my breath. Though my daughter Polly was standing on the back deck trailing my six grandchildren in her wake, I still couldn’t believe it was true.

Since we’d only reconnected in January after an eight-year estrangement, when she’d told me, she wanted to come visit I’d hardly been able to believe it was so but now here they were, and I was beside myself with joy.

All the nervousness and worry about whether the kids would like me and what polly would think of me and my home threatened to overflow but somehow, I managed to hold it back as I made my way to the door.

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