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Love My Mom Contest 2020 Winners

May 7th, 2020

Thanks to everyone who entered our Love My Mom contest. Congratulations to all of our winners!
Monday’s Winner: Ashley Ibrahim from Jonestown
My mom (Linda) has taught me to always look at the positive and always look for a way to bless even in tough times.

Tuesday’s Winner: Timothy Landis from Lititz
My mom (Kristen) has taught me to trust God even through tough times.

Wednesday’s Winner: Tamera Parrish from Millersville
My mother has taught me many things, including my love of food, plants and animals. She is a very passionate person, putting love into everything she does. She showed compassion when I was struggling in my life and gave me support when I had to start over again. I love my mom so much.

Thursday’s Winner: Azlan Zook from Lancaster
My mom (Lorelee) has taught me how to knit, ride horse, and to look both ways when crossing the street!

Friday’s Winner: Tina Hanson from New Holland
My mom (Carol) has taught me that things always have a way of working out if you just believe. 


Moms have taught us so much and we want to hear about something you’ve learned from your mom in our LOVE MY MOM Contest! Your mom could win a $50 gift card to Carrabba’s Italian Grill AND a flowering hanging basket from Ken’s Gardens!

Carrabba’s Italian Grill offers classic made-from-scratch Italian recipes. Guests can enjoy Family Bundles that serve up to 5 people complete with choice of entrée like Lasagne, Chicken Parmesean, or an assortment of pasta bundles served with fresh bread and choice of salad. All bundles are available carside carryout only and can be ordered on carrabbas.com or by calling your local Carrabba’s Italian Grill. 

Ken’s Gardens is a family-owned Lancaster County destination for nearly 45 years with locations in Smoketown and Intercourse. Ken’s has everything your mom needs for a beautiful garden! You’ll find a large selection of perennials, annuals, herbs, roses, shrubs and vegetables…plus an exclusive collection of heirloom plants. They are currently open and also offering curbside pick-up, visit KensGardens.com for details.

To enter our Love My Mom Contest simply email your name, address, phone number, and your mom’s name to LoveMyMom@wjtl.com
Finish the sentence “My mom has taught me…”

Deadline to enter is Thursday, May 7th at noon. One random winner will be announced daily on The Morning Show May 4th-8th.


*You must not have won from WJTL in the past 30 days in order to be eligible.
*Entries must be emailed. Comments on this blog do not count as entries.
*Check out WJTL’s General Contest Rules here.

  1. Tammi kennedy
    May 1st, 2020 at 14:19 | #1

    I am writing about my mom Donna shoe is such a inspiration to me and others 2 years ago she had a stroke. And was paralyzed on the left side but that didn’t stop her she did therapy and was able to walk again she has a little movement in left hand. but she never gives up everyday she surprises me what she can do she is a fighter. Through this she came back to church I love her so much and she is my best friend

  2. Elena
    May 3rd, 2020 at 08:31 | #2

    my mom has taught me to be kind to others, to love, how to protect my self, how to honor others, how to cook and so many other things!

  3. Sara Petersen
    May 3rd, 2020 at 22:15 | #3

    I love my mom Darlene Petersen, because she has taught me to atrust in God and have a strong faith in God. I also love my mom, because she knows when my blood sugars are low, and is always there to support me through my Diabetes. She is such a strong mom, and I lover her so much.

  4. Amy Weaver
    May 4th, 2020 at 22:10 | #4

    I love and admire my mom Jean Weaver for many reasons. When we were growing up she always pointed out the small things around us in nature that made us appreciate the change of seasons and the small subtle gifts that God gave us on a daily basis. Currently she has been self quarantining with my father who has dementia. God bless her servants heart.

  5. Desiree Douglas
    May 5th, 2020 at 08:19 | #5

    My mom showed me back in my elementary days what a single mom does for her children by loving them unconditionally. Little did I know I’d become a single mom myself someday. She has taught me you keep moving forward and don’t look back. The Lord is our rock and we need to keep our eyes looking toward him, and not the world.

  6. Tonya Romberger
    May 6th, 2020 at 04:39 | #6

    My mom has taught me you can always rise above any siuation when you trust God. Growing up she always said to appreciate everything you have because many people dream of what you have. (We struggled financially alot) but we fid not go without God always provided. Mom always said she rather have love then money. She rather be dirt poor and loved than the richest person in the world and not loved. When you are a child that seems amazing because as a child you dream of things you don’t have. As an adult I agree 100%.

  7. Gordon Martin
    May 6th, 2020 at 06:47 | #7

    My mom Ada Martin has homeschooled my brothers and me for 5 years. So when this Covid-19 stuff started it wasn’t a big deal. But when our fun stuff ended it was really discouraging. Only my mom was encouraging and joyful when I and my brothers were getting pesky. So if this comment is read on-air and if your listening mom I just want to say, I love you and you are a light in the darkness for me during this time

  8. May 6th, 2020 at 08:28 | #8

    To be honest I don’t know how many ways I can describe my mom she’s just so amazing. Whenever
    I feel down my mom always can think of a good thing about it. I love my mom so much and I know that
    if there is anything that I need or need help with I have my mom. I love my mom with all my heart.

  9. Teri Goshert
    May 6th, 2020 at 22:49 | #9

    My mom has taught me that no matter what life throws my way, I can always depend on God and my family to help us through life’s challenges. My dad was a very hard worker throughout the sixty one years of my life, (and still is, even though he is suppose to be retired), and my mother worked just as hard. Raising us in a Christian home, being a stay at home mom of seven children, (in 10 years, lol), brings all kinds of adventures! When we were all grown, she did go to work outside of our home, fulltime. She is also now retired.
    I talk to my mom every day. She just had her 80th birthday! I love her with all my heart! Thank you for giving me the opportunity to share how important she is to me, and always will be. Happy Mother’s Day, Mom

  10. Peter Waplinger
    May 7th, 2020 at 11:36 | #10

    My mom has taught me that you are a blessing to others by serving them with your gifts and talents, just like Christ did for all humanity, who believes in His resurrection power.

  11. Teri Goshert
    May 8th, 2020 at 18:22 | #11

    I already shared about my mom, but, I would like to take a minute to share about my daughter, who is the mommy to my almost 8 year old granddaughter, Hailey. Her name is Sarah, and 12 yrs. ago Sarah was in a horrific car accident, which left her paralyzed from her chest down. Long story short, it changed all our lives forever. She is in a wheelchair, and has caregivers to help her each day, praise the Lord. The true miracle is Sarah became a mommy in May of 2012. A good pregnancy, delivery, and now a perfect little girl who she adores. We all adore. Sarah tries to be the best mommy she can be, with the help of family, and mostly, a lot of help from Hailey. What a little trooper. We thank God every day for our precious family, and it is not the way Sarah would have hoped to be a mommy, but, she is doing GREAT! Happy Mother’s Day, Sarah

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