Seeing Through Mom’s Eyes

Wisdom calls to you, and some of our thoughts on her words can be found at Proverbial Thought!

Let this be a reminder to all of you (who may have forgotten. I will keep your secret. You are so welcome!) that Mother’s Day is this Sunday.

Let us remember the 5th  Commandment: “Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be long in the land that the Lord your God is giving you.” (Exodus 20:12, ESV)

We like to celebrate a lot of things in our world, and in May and June we celebrate parents (or surrogate parents through adoption or other loving adults. My wife and I see her grandmother and a friends mom on top of sending cards to and calling our moms).

And, you know what, those Skit Guys are at it again! You may remember that last year I posted one of their videos. (If not, here it is!)

I am not ashamed to admit that I teared up with this one (again), first from laughter (such as at 2:42 when one of the dad’s is trying to get his little girl off of the impossibly tall building!) and then from the sheer beauty of the sentiment.

Enjoy these “Mom Goggles”.

Happy Mothers’ Day, moms (and surrogate moms, including you dads who have to pull double-duty)!

  1. We have already had Mother’s Day in the UK Daniel, but that was a great video from the Skit Guys and one well worth sharing.


    • You overachievers!
      Just kidding!
      Though I agree with you, which is why I shared it!


      • I don’t know why we have a different day to the US and NZ for Mothers’ Day. Fathers’ Day is the same.


      • You just want your mothers to have an EXTRA special day!


  1. May 25th, 2014

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