I'm listening to a Taylor Swift song entitled, The Best Day, (playing on my blog)and I am thinking about being a mom. I miss the days of dress-up, performance plays on our front room hearth, princess stories before bed and rubbing arms to go to sleep, pink fuzzy bear ear coats, spa birthday toasting with Martinelli's, happy meals from McDonald's and chicken Stars from Carl's Jr., dancing in the front room, onesies, bike rides with the girls on the back seat, being the hang out and dress up house...I could go on and on. Where did the time go? I am so grateful to have these memories to cherish. I am grateful to be a mom to my three wonderful girls...each so individual and precious. What a privilege my Heavenly Father has blessed me with. I think about my own mom and how much I cherished being her daughter. She was a wonderful mother and I learned so much from her example.
I'm grateful for 15 year old daughters and how I get to drive everywhere with them; once the license comes, they are always driving on their own...I miss that Kylie and Macy....I am enjoying the learner permit phase with Abby right now.
So, like this song, I hope and pray my girls each feel as though they had their "best day" with me on occasion and that we have many more to come. I know I did with my mom at the Oregon Coast in the last year of her earthly life. I pushed her in her walker up to the Seaside boardwalk and we talked and talked and she told me then that she knew it would be her last trip to the ocean. My mom was never afraid of death, as she knew she was going on ahead of us to be with her family who had gone on before her. She was an incredible lady!
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Love at Home
"There is beauty all around, when there's love at home!"
Wags our Dog
Oreo our Cat
Blue eyes just hangin' out
"The smallest of actions is always better than the noblest of intentions." unknown
"Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children." Charles R. Swindoll
"The proverb, 'Out of sight, out of mind,' never applies to a mother's relationship with her child."
"Winning doesn't teach you anything. You win. End of story. But the losing and what you take from it-that's the interesting bit."