SWEET TEA

Monday, September 12, 2011

Gratitude.

Mom and Me
September 7, 2011

Mister had a business meeting in
Tulsa and I tagged along.
I got to spend the entire afternoon
with my Mom.

When I think about my life
I realize my Mom
has been my greatest
Teacher.

"I am overwhelmed with gratitude."
Just sayin. . .




17 comments:

Cheri said...

I just read yesterday where one of things you should never tell a woman is that she looks just like her mother, but I take it as a compliment and I hope you do to when I say you look just like your lovely momma.

Mommie Dearest Strikes Again said...

What a sweet, loving post! Hooray for mom and daughter days - they're the best.

Madi and Mom said...

Beautiful picture...Moms have a very very big job to do raising children who come w/o instructions....all on the job training.
Hugs Madi and Mom

Janie Fox said...

Great day! I am still blessed to have my parents living. Just have to say too...what a cutie you are!

Munir said...

Awe, what a lovely post. Your Mom is adorable:)

Monica said...

Oh how sweet! I have to tell my mom how much I appreciate her now! Thanks! (I never have a camera when I need one!)

Just Stuff From a Boomer said...

Aaawww, what a lovely post. I lost my Mom 5 years ago this month.

While she was still here,but as she got older, I realized every day was precious. Hug yours for me and cherish every moment.

Joyce said...

So nice!

Chatty Crone said...

She's a lucky mom too - it goes two ways.

sandie

"Say What?" said...

So Sweet. I'm glad you were able to spend time with her.

Kimmy said...

Love it!! So glad you got some time with your mom!! I feel my mom has also been a great inspiration in my life. She is a Christ follower and I'm sure without her, I wouldn't be. I too am grateful!

Ninny said...

In truth, our parents shape our entire lives. What a beautiful picture of you and your mom. Glad you got to share the day with her, every hour is precious. I still dream of wrapping my arms around my mother for one last hug and it feels so good. God's gift of comfort.

Jeanie said...

What a nice tribute to your mom. Yay for her and yay for Tulsa, my home town.

Relyn said...

I sure hope your Mom saw this. If I'm crying - and I am - just think how she'll feel.

yaya said...

What a great pic! I love my Mom to bits and I appreciate all she went through to teach me, help me and I'm still amazed at her strength and ability to continue as Matriarch in our family at the ripe young age of 85!

Beverly @ The Buzz said...

What a great memory you made for yourself and your mom!

Annesphamily said...

I wish had my mom to talk with! Next time you see your mom hug her for me! Anne

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