Thinking Of You Mum

My Mum

My Thoughts 💭 

Today would’ve been my Mums 64th birthday. Some of you who have read My Testimony or my About page may remember that she died in the same month i was registered blind 13 years ago. My family & i miss her lots, so i’ve added some of their facebook comments below,

Paul (my brother) Today would have been my mums 64th birthday. Not a single day goes by that I do t miss and think about her but it’s special days like today that still hurt the most. If you see a loved one today tell them you love them cos you never know what the future holds and missing that chance to say how you feel stays with you forever. Happy Birthday Mam xxxx

Saira (my niece) RIP nana, happy 64th birthday!! She will be so proud of my mum Ambber Williamson and also laughing at her she’ll me so proud of my uncles Paul Stevensonand Steve Rebus and my auntie Charlotte Karyn Tidmarsh we all love you nana!!♥

Amy (my niece) Got my dates confuse yesterday lol…. But would like to wish my nanna a happy birthday… Wish she was here to celebrate but truly know that she is always around… i was told she was one of my guardian angels & know that she was right as a year ago today i found out i was carrying our littlest baby… Lori Valerie-Ann,…. Love you lots Nanna.

About Steve Rebus

Christian, Blind photographer, husband, plays guitar and drums. Loves researching accessible apps and technology.

29 Responses to “Thinking Of You Mum”

  1. Beautiful thoughts Steve. God bless you and your family.

  2. Beautiful reflections Steve. I’ll pray for you to fee God’s peace today. Blessings!

  3. Thank you so much. I’m gonna have to go hug my mom now. 🙂

  4. So sorry for the loss of your dear Mum Steve. God bless you and may you know the Lord’s peace in an extra-special way at this time of reflection.

  5. Bless you Steve. You have some beautiful memories of your mom. Marsha 🙂

  6. Steve you are blessed to have had such a wonderful Mum xoxo

  7. A nice tribute in your mom’s memory.
    May your mom continue to rest in peace.

  8. So sorry for your loss. The 1st was the 2 yr anniversary of my cousin’s death. It’s very hard.

  9. Parental love is so unconditional it defies space and time: my father died 10yrs ago, but i always feel his presence around me, especially if I’m struggling with a decision or having a crisis of faith. I have no doubt your mother is so proud of you and is by your side every day, too.
    Thank you for sharing this beautiful post! 🙂

  10. Wonderful tribute to your mum.

  11. A mom is so beautiful so wonderful
    a mom is a mom
    nobody can replace a mom
    I loved you post very much

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    Challenge: Take time to appreciate the people in your life.

  14. Such a sweet post, thank you for sharing this with us. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family 🙂

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