Sounds like a nice day. I remember going places with my grandmother - I was always treated like a queen by the other ladies (my grandmother didn't believe in queens). My mom hadn't really reached the gray hair stage before she died - we were more like sisters in a lot of ways.
Catching up on your posts -- love the story of the little girl in the grocery store -- and the meaning of saudade -- what a great word.And today's post -- sometimes the greatest gift is just being there with another. Have a great weekend, Suz!
Sounds like you had a nice day with your mom, Suz !Nice weekend,Sylvia
I read this and felt the glow. What a great day for her. For you.
love and company are the best gifts! sounds like such a wonderful time spent with your mom, such a wonderful gift.
Precious moments in time; a memory created.
I would give anything to be able to spend the day or even a few minutes with my mom again. Such precious moments... She appears in my writing; you may have seen her violets on Magpie this week, or smelled her cooking there last week =-)Quiltnbee/DebbyMc
Sounds like a wonderful time Suz, Great Moms are just such a treasure.
Those moments ARE gold!
No. You can't.
So very true.
It's nice that you have that rapport with your Mom. My Mom and I have always had a hard time with each other. I keep trying though. Good for you. Such pride.
this is my first visit here and i love your blog :)hope you had a wonderful time with mom. i feel those are treasured moments we never get back :)
Lovely post. I know that your Mum would have been pleased to have your company.
So so sweet.I miss my mom.Love my fun times with my daughter.Happy days to you.Hugs, Cory/Dogwood
Time. The most precious gift we ever give.
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