Monday, May 19, 2008

Always The Teacher

A very difficult Mothers Day was anticipated, but turned out pretty "OK" when at 9:00 am . coffee in hand, jammied up and swollen eyed, I answered the front door to Kids & Grandkids! Yep yep yep... Karen and the kids, Jake, Steph and Shawn yelled surprise!!! Wheres breakfast?? (music to my ears)And we all cried some more. It sure helps to have them close in times like these. I know its a difficult trip.. especially on a Sunday. I think you should just move here K?
Pappa was on the case for Bisquits N Gravy, bacon N eggs. (He makes the bestest) While the rest of us were in the shop checking out quilts, he and Aviana slaved away in the kitchen. He set up her own station and taught her how to make the biscuits. She was captivated for an hour!
We had a great visit and even in towers of boxes in every room of the house, made it through with some great (read appreciated) company.
Thanks kids:) I love you. Jamie, I miss you. I played with your crystal "Mom" figurine from last year.


Carla said...

Glad you made it through the day with your loved ones, Gina.

Love your new header with the birdy, also the new layout!

karen a, said...

A house full of loved ones makes any day special and lifts some of the 'hurt' that is felt no matter what the pain.


Freda said...

What a special visit. Glad you had company.

Deb said...

omg SHE IS SOOOOOOO CUTE! You made it that day, you'll make it thru others. Baby steps.... one day at a time. And remember, we love you.

Sharon Dixon said...

Gina, I thought about you and Ronda on Mother's Day. I know it can't have been easy, but I'm so glad that your wonderful kids came to spend the day with you.

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