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Saturday, May 9, 2015

Mother's Day

On Mother's Day we celebrate and honor our mothers and all those who have served in the role of Mother, and especially those who are actively mothering right now. 

This photo was taken in June of 2011, the last year of my mother's life.  We miss our Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother. She will be in our thoughts. 

On this Mother's Day Sunday I will have my children and grandchildren here with me at our home.  I will honor my daughter Jill, one of the best mothers I know.  

Happy Mother's day to all.  May the memories be sweet and the gatherings be full of joy. 

15 comments:

  1. happy mother's day, Linda. I'm sorry for your loss.

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  2. how sweet and we have generations of mothers before us to thank and honor!

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  3. And a Happy Mother's Day to you for 2015.

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  4. Happy Mother's Day, Linda! I wish your mom could still be with you, but I'm glad you have these happy memories.

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  5. Happy Mother's Day...what a lovely photo.

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  6. Happy mothers day, hope you have a wonderful day. We actually celebrate mothers day here in the UK in March.

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  7. That's a really lovely photo, and to see how much the kids have grown since then. Happy Mother's Day to you, Linda. :-)

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  8. Have a wonderful day with both family and memories.

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  9. Pretty photo!
    Happy Mother's Day, Linda.
    Aloha from Hawaii.

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  10. I love the picture. Such a beautiful family. Hope you are having a very special Mother's Day, and happy Mother's Day to Jill.

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  11. It is the day to remember our Moms but also to celebrate those who are still with us.
    Have a great day

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  12. I hope you have a great Mother's Day gathering. It's a lovely picture of your family. How lucky you are to have such a beautiful reminder of your mother.

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  14. A beautiful picture! As long as they live in our memories, those we love but see no longer are never truly gone.

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