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Honoring Our MomsHighlightSPublications Publisher20079 Stone Oak Parkway Suite 1105-195San Antonio, TX 78258 Office: 210-548-6448 Fax: 210-548-6448Article Submissionsinfo@stoneoakhighlights.comDirect mailed to 78023 78253, 78255, 78258 and select routes in 78254 & 78260. Rack distribution at local area businesses, medical community& libraries.Copyright © 2020 by Barbera Productions, LLC. All rights reserved. No part of this issue may be reproduced in whole or in part in any form without permission of the publish- er or copyright holder. Neither participating advertisers nor the publishers will be respon- sible or liable for misinformation, misprints or typographical errors. The publishers reserve the right to edit any submitted material. Barbera Productions is not responsible for unsolicited manuscripts, artwork, or other material.MDear Community,any of us have very special relationships with our mothers. Our moms are our best friends,our rock. She’s the one we turn to share in our joys, our sorrows, and the happenings in our day-to-day lives. A mother is someone who understands your past, believes in your future and accepts you just the way you are. I am fortunate to still have my mom. She will be 77 this coming summer. It is hard to believe time has passed by so quickly. She is still as elegant as ever and I hope I am as fortunate to age with grace and beauty like her.She is a woman of many talents. Though there has been some health issues that have slowed her down, she still is an amazing cook, and artist! She loves to paint! When I was a teenager, she started painting beautiful portraits and even taught belly- dancing classes and worked full-time!What I love and appreciate about my mom is her energy. She does not give up. Even now, with health issues, she tries her best do what she can around the house, kitchen and learning how she can sharpen her painting skills. She has taken this time of her life to learn more about painting and had taken several classes prior to her surgeries. She also has been our biggest supporter by helping us at our events prior to COVID. Looking back over the years, she was always one that kept busy and worked hard. She isRonnie & Moman incredible strong, talented woman who has worn different hats in her life. She has been an inspiration and one I admire.My husband, Ronnie, lost his mom October 2015. She was 89 years old. She was a wonderful mother and mother-in-law. We loved her smile and sense of humor. As a young boy, he remembers how she always made sure his clothes were ready for school. He loved the five – layered chocolate cakes she made for him- just because. And he valued how supportive she was of his love of music as he spent many hours at band practice during high school. She was his biggest cheerleader and was even a band mom herself. What he treasures about her was her kindness, her laughter, and herGina & Momspirit of gratitude. She was loved by all and never said a negative word about someone. She is missed greatly.Being a mom and grandma, myself is such a blessing and has been the best honor and privilege God has given me.I look forward to spending time with my mom, my grown kids, daughter in law and grandsons this May.We hope this Mother’s Day brings joy and lots of love to all mothers, grandmothers and any women who fill this nurturing role.Sincerely,Gina BarberaPublisherOn the Market Value Of Your Home!Call or email to receive a complimentary market analysis on your home.Betsy Dippo, REALTOR® www.BetsyDippo.CBHarper.comBetsy and Jim with their grandchildrenMay 2022www.stoneoakhighlights.com3Get The Scoop

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