Tuesday, May 28, 2013

But don't get me wrong...


Stuff and all, I'm thrilled to pieces to have them home.




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    1. Mary, had to say it just in case. xo

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  2. There's nothing to do but gasp and then smile at that photo --

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    1. Elizabeth, i have the same response! You know a mother's heart.

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  3. Oh my goodness. Is this what you see still when you look at them together? How can you not?

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    1. Kimberly, yes, i still see these open faces, her eyes steady and calming, his eyes curious and questing, their very souls shining. Be still my poor heart.

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  4. those little faces, such angels! they couldnt be messing up the apartment!

    my son still leaves a trail like pigpen when he comes to visit, at almost 37. last time he came up with his girlfriend, he was pacing back & forth in the living room looking for his socks, and his girlfriend and i locked eyes...and gave each other the same look of "oh my god, he's impossible, but i love him."

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    1. Susan, I LOVE that story about your son's girlfriend and you exchanging that knowing look. I did have a suspicion that it doesn't change much from the current state of affairs and you just confirmed it! But they do manage their lives anyway, this is good to remember. I think in their parent's house, they might revert a bit. Still, my son got a job! One week out of school and he's been hired. So the hurricane of clothes notwithstanding, something is working okay.

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  5. There was never any doubt. I love how you can keep it real without it being whiny.

    Sometimes I wonder how I would be different if I'd had a mother's love like you have for your children. You are such a gift to them and to this world.

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    1. NOLA, glad I don't sound whiny to your ear, lol. Thank you for that kind comment! xo

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