Mildred B VermontI find this quote an interesting one because I've never seen a "part-time" mother. Whether you're a work-away-from home, work-from-home or stay-at-home mom, nothing can change the fact that you're a mother all the time. I remember being on a trip sometime ago and when I called home, one of my children needed help with homework. As God will have it, I was able help "across the miles" - one example of what I mean...
The bottom line is: All mothers are working mothers. ~ Author Unknown
The point here is as a mother as the custodian of your children's hurts and happiness, challenges and conquests and every other thing, we must be praying mothers...because prayers always get to the root of the matter. Robert Brault put children's expectation of mothers very well: If you have a mom, there is nowhere you are likely to go where a prayer has not already been. Our children should be able to say that confidently and continuously.
Make Motherhood a great experience for yourself - not just today or whichever day "Mother's Day" falls/fell on where you live. Enjoy everyday as it comes because like I've said before and will continue to say:
Everyday is "Mother's day".