I want to make something very clear with today's woman. It's something I feel is becoming lost in the push for more equality. And that is the value of the everyday housewife, homemaker, stay at home mom. Whatever you want to call her. We tend to not give Mom the title "professional" but I believe if you develop the right attributes, you can achieve professional level. These days there are less and less cheerleaders for this type of women and I want you all to know that although you won't find her in the history books or on the cover of magazines, MOM is making a 🌎 of difference. So for today I'm introducing you to one of the best examples of a mother I've had to witness. In fact if you were to look up the definition of homemaker, Mary Lou Johnson would be the exact definition. She was a humble and meek washer of clothes and dishes, the loving nurse to ouchies, the quiet cooker of meals and wiper of tears. She was a supporter to the hardworking farmer, the sewer of clothes and gardens. She never sought attention but was quick to give her own to those she loved. She endured many physical challenges including a traumatic chemical burn in her youth, kidney failure and macular degeneration, just to name a few. Yet she never complained. Even with her increasingly limiting body she managed to care for loved ones, sewing quilts for new babies or weeding the family garden. Her faith wasn't loud but it was strong. She had a Christ-like quality that you could feel when you spent time with her. She truly was the kind of person this world needs more of. We all would benefit to be a mother like her. So today we celebrate her and all the other selfless mom's out there who are changing the world one day at a time.