They say age ain’t nothing but a number because it’s so much more than that. Age is an indicator of life experiences…triumphs, failures, overwhelming joys and life altering losses, all of which you’ve survived. I am a firm believer that every lesson doesn’t have to be learned as a result of personal experience. You can learn from the experiences of family members, friends, co-workers, and stories that you’ve read/or heard about. Every loss or failure doesn’t have to be your own in order to apply that lesson to your life. So where do you go when you need guidance, encouragement, or wisdom? To someone who has lived and experienced life long enough to have survived through some it all. That’s right! Our elders. For me, the wisest and closet person to me is my mother. I think we all, at some point have reflected on what our mothers and mother figures have told us and thought ‘I should’ve listened’ or ‘she was right.’ I know I have. For some of us those thoughts may be different due to not having a mother/mother figure. Maybe your mother didn’t have the knowledge or experience at that time to offer meaningful advice or help you on your life journey, perhaps she was ill-advised. So, instead of giving you one Mommy, I gave you three.
It’s one conversation, three Mommies, and a variety of topics, hosted by Saran Almond. (From right to left) Meet Lady Di, Granny, and Ramona Big Eagle. These ladies offer advice that you can apply to your life right now. Their chemistry, personalities, and responses will make you think, laugh, and wonder ‘WHAT WOULD she DO?’ Remember, be proud of the years you’ve acquired and celebrate each day of your life by living on purpose.
Thank you for being the ultimate example of strength, love, and beauty…and for showing me what it looks like and what it means to be a woman and a lady.
To all of the Mommies, thank you so much for the joy and insight that you bought to the show.
You are appreciated!
WATCH the show here!!! MOMMY Dearest!