Thursday, October 25, 2012

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MOMMY!!


Happy Birthday to my Mommy!
She's been gone 18 years now, I can't believe it.
I was mad because she left me with 3 young girls to raise.
Well, I did it Ummie!!
You would be so proud of all of them.
And I really think you would love what I'm doing now..
 
 

Here she is holding me in 1953shhhh.

Me, my Mom and my sister.

Little Gram, Mom, me and Big Gram.
Big Gram finally asks us to stop calling her Big Gram. I just couldn't understand why?!
They are all gone now, I thought they would live forever.
Miss you everyday..
Happy Birthday!
Love you
XOXO

10 comments:

shohshi said...

Love, love, love those pictures! Happy Birthday to your Mommy! hugs ~ jennifer

The Boston Lady said...

Those pictures are precious Sue. What a beautiful woman your mommy was - obviously you and the girls have all inherited that beauty! Ann

Kathy said...

I think you look so much like your mom-just as beautiful! What a special tribute to a special lady!

Laura @ 52 FLEA said...

Lovely photos...beautiful memories.
I have similar pics from the same time...shhh!
I loved this post...Happy Birthday to your Mommy...maybe she is celebrating with mine! :)

Renae said...

Don't we always think that 'our' loved ones will live forever. My dad had Parkinson's for 18 years and I always thought he would live to see Christ return. OH,nah, He has been gone for 22 years. see, silly thinking huh? But, HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YOUR MOMMIE!

Vickie @ Ranger 911 said...

This is a lovely tribute to your mother. We do think our parents and grandparents will be with us forever, and maybe they are.

Anita said...

Made me cry...you really do resemble your mom. It's so nice to have memories.

The Country Mouse said...

What a nice post, Sue! I loved all the pictures. My mother is still with me and I can't imagine it otherwise! She is smiling on you!

Di said...

Oh my gosh, I miss my mom so much also and it has been 2 years, oh Sue tears of joy and sadness on your post, much love to you, Di

Gail Peck said...

Just seeing this Sue. My Mom died on December 1, 2003, so not so long ago. I was thinking of her earlier today and wishing she were here to talk to. I'm sure your Mom would be very proud of how your girls turned out. :-)