Sunday, May 9, 2010

REMEMBERING MY MOTHER ON MOTHER'S DAY


Wishing all of you the best of Mother's Days. I wanted to honor my mother, Oma by placing her picture with me on Mother's Day on my blog. She was such a pretty lady and good mother. I was her only child, and sometimes that got rough for me, she was so afraid something would happen to me. Hope all of you are sharing time with your mother or your children on this BLESSED day.
Hugs, Pat

12 comments:

Linda B said...

How precious!

茂慧 said...

Nice blog..................................................

tarnishedandtattered.blogsot.com said...

Pat,
You've shared that picture with me before & it is absolutly my FAVorITe Mother/Daugher pic (with exception of my own) ever! That little sweater & cat with the ball ties. OMG, too damn cute Pat. Happy Mother's Day my sweet friend. I miss u 2. Lisa

Julie said...

What a beautiful photo of you with you mother--such a treasure! Enjoy your sweet memories of her today, and I wish you a very Happy Mother's Day!

My Vintage Studio said...

A lovely photo of you and your mother!

Wishing you a wonderful day!

Inspired-Simplicity said...

Pat,
Such a special picture. Thanks for sharing it.
Miss you,
Carolyn

Debby said...

Oh my, what a sweet photo, thanks for sharing. Happy Mother's Day!
Debby

Charlene said...

Well, LOOK at you & your new BLOG look!!!! LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!! And that photo of you & Momma is adorable too! I had a quiet Mothers Day because the allergies kicked up again since I was outside too much on Saturday. HUGS! Charlene

FILIGREE MOON said...

Pat, this is such a precious image of 2 beauties! ~ Angela

Patti's Artful Design said...

I love your new blog look, Pat! Just beautiful! And, that picture of you (those bright eyes) is so charming. So glad you are posting again. Have fun visiting with your girlfriend from Virginia. And, thank you for stopping by my blog to say hello!

THE HOME THAT LOVE BUILT said...

Very sweet Pat.

Blessings,
Brook

Inspired-Simplicity said...

Pat,
Your blog is just beautiful. I love what Karen did with it. Miss you lots.
Blessings,
Carolyn