Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Future Fortified Mother's Day Feature

Last week I received an email from Future Fortified. I had never heard of the organization, but they read my blog and asked me to participate in a special Mother's Day edition for their Facebook page. 

Since I wasn't familiar with the group, I decided to do a little investigation before I committed to contributing. When I discovered what they were all about, I was humbled and honored to be asked to participate.

Their website states that "Future Fortified is a public awareness campaign of the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN). We enable individuals, businesses, and organizations to help millions of women and children around the world gain access to the essential nutrients they need to lead healthy, enriched lives."

They strive to find sustainable solutions to improve the nutrition of women and children around the world. I love their goal, and am proud to support and help their cause in any way possible.

My task, along with other bloggers who were asked to participate, was to describe what the word Mother means to me. After giving it a lot of thought, this is what I said:

"I hear the word mother and I think of comfort, safety, security, exhaustion, strength, patience, and unconditional love. But most importantly the word mother evokes an image of my two precious miracles. Without them, I wouldn't have the honor of being blessed with the most amazing, fulfilling and awe-inspiring title of Mother."

Here is the finished product of my feature that they put together:

If you'd like to see the rest of the blogger features, check out their Facebook page here. For more information on Future Fortified, check out their website at

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