Saturday, May 7, 2011
Isn't she just lovely?
Now that I have another child, I'm aware that I owe an even bigger round of apologies and thank yous to the woman who raised me and my younger sister. She made it look so easy. The house was spotless. She was always present, patient, and gentle. I can only hope that when my kids look back on their childhood, they can say it was moderately clean. And that their socks sometimes matched.
So this is for you, mom. Who can say Happy Mother's Day better than...Mr. T?
Special thanks to Leah Keys for this gem