Sunday, May 16, 2010

more time

Align CenterHow often do we wish we had more time?

More learn.
More play.
More love.
Perhaps all it takes is a conscious decision to, as you know who puts it,
Just do it?
Mother's Day came a week later for me,
as my mother and I traveled to San Antonio to visit my daughter.

We sang.
We danced.
We laughed.
We cried.
Need I say more?
(Texture by: Pretty Petal)
p.s. my mother is Josie's daughter. she was number 9 of 13.


mairedodd said...

no, you need not - you said it ALL... what a wonderful mother's day - the date of celebration matters not... this post is a treasure...

Charlene said...

Sweet! Lucky You! Can't wait for this weekend. HUGS! Charlene

Anonymous said...

Diane, your daughter looks just like you - no doubt who her mother is! How fun, glad you had a good time. Loves, QueenMarcy

beautifullybrokenme said...

What a beautiful post. How precious are the moments we spend with our mother and our children.

:-) Molly

Riki Schumacher said...

How fun it is to see your mom Diane! The three of you are just beautiful. Thanks for posting pics of such special moments with family. love ya, Riki

Riki Schumacher said...

Thanks Diane, you are such a sweetie. Gosh I wish you lived closer! We could get in serious trouble girl. Caitlin is having a blast, did shopping and toes today, too much fun. Big hug my friend. Riki

Kateyed said...

That was so beautiful. I see you in both your mother and your daughter. I tend to think of genetics as a strange and wonderful phenomena. So special to see our loved ones in each other. Your daughter looks like a very loving does your mom.
We are making jewelry all the time, now, trying to get some new things done before Kat goes to Mexico next month. I am dreaming of a new banner...

stregata said...

You did say it all - treasure it!!

Diana said...

How special for all of you to get together. You are so very blessed to still have your sweet mom to celebrate with. Your photos really do capture the magic of the moments you had together. Thanks for sharing and a belated happy Mother's Day to you Diane.

Anne Lorys said...

Hi Diane!
What a beautiful daughter you've got!
And oh my gosh, your mom, too!
What a wonderful post. :-)


Cindy said...

Diane, I can just see pure joy in your daugther and Mother's eyes. I agree, all 3 of you look so much alike. And I like how you reminded us that your Mom is Josie's daugher (9 of 13!)...that's 4 generations referenced here. What a special family - and what a bond!

your dd, melanie said...

I *love* you two so much! I'm so thankful for our special moments, and will remember always. I'm glad the 'documentarian' is capturing by camera. But ... she could've waited until after the facial to post! ;) That's if ... didn't know the curveball. Honored to learn from two who can roll with the 'punches.' o:-) XoXo ...

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Oh Diane ~ that is such a precious post ~ It brings tears to my eyes because those times are what life is all about ~

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What a sweet post. Those are the sweetest mother and daughter photo.
It's a treasure worth keeping.