‘A blessing beyond belief’
Today may be the “official” Mother’s Day, but Sue Kelley and her daughter Anna observed the holiday months ago.
“My daughter went to a store with me back in March,” Kelley said. “This store, out of some desperation, had already put out their Mother’s Day cards, so my daughter bought me three of them, gave them to me that night and wished me a happy Mother’s Day. I said, ‘Honey, Mother’s Day is in May.’ It was hysterical. She cracks me up all the time.”
‘If you’re a mom, you’re blessed’
Amy Swisher was made to be busy. It’s the only way she knows how to be.
And that’s a good thing, because her sons, Gannon, 9, and Lex, 7, keep her busy enough for two moms.
Her job as Marion County Family Court judge usually takes up most of this single mom’s days. But after hours, she’s completely devoted to her boys.
In the summer, you’ll usually find them either at ball practice or a game.