I am so grateful for music and the unbelievable spirit that it has brought to my life.
When my mother-in-law asked all of her daughters (or daughter-in-laws and daughter) to sing this song (Walk Tall, You’re a Daughter of God) with her on mother’s day, for some reason I couldn’t remember the song. So I read through the words and had them play it for me once and I remembered it right away!
One of my favorite memories growing up was being at Grandma & Grandpa Hawkins house where most of the time there was music playing somewhere. On the radio, out while my Grandpa was working in his garage, or on the piano in their home where my grandmother would often play.
I am thankful for all of the lessons that Grandma and Grandpa Hawkins have taught me about good music. There will never be a time that I listen to or sing Walk Tall, You’re a Daughter of God that I don’t think of Grandma Hawkins! She loves this song! I love her! She is such a sweet lady!
A few years back I was privileged to sing this beautiful song at my cousin Loni’s baptism. Grandma Hawkins loves the song Walk Tall, You’re a Daughter of God. I forgot the spirit I had felt while singing the song at the baptism as well as the spirit I had felt while singing it at Grandma’s house.
Well, why me and my sister-in-laws and my mother-in-law were singing it on mother’s day I felt the spirit burn deep in my heart. I knew in that moment that I was a Daughter of God. I felt God’s love for me so strong that I almost started crying while I was singing it. Trying to sing while crying is a difficult task. I am glad I was able to pull it together and not cry. Thanks to my mother-in-law for helping me feel the spirit by singing that song on Mothers Day!
Happy Mother’s Day to all you lovely Mother’s out there as well to my mom, mother-in-law and grandmas.
Here is a video of it.