Sunday, May 16, 2010


On Saturday before Mother's Day, the girls and I attended a Mother/Daughter tea at the Southern Museum of Civil War and Locomotive History in Kennesaw. It was a wonderful event with 100 people in attendance, wonderful tea and lots of fun. They had treasure boxes for the girls to decoupage, hats to decorate and supplies to make tussy mussies. It was a great time for everyone!

On Mother's Day I woke up to spray roses, my favorite, a letter from Isabella and handmade cards from my husband and oldest son. I also received a love letter from my husband and a handmade book about chimpanzees from Isabella. She also wrote letters like mine for all the mothers in our culdesac, which I thought was very sweet.

As I mentioned before we went to two different worship services, which were both awesome. We came home after lunch and I fell asleep in the screened porch until 6:30 pm when Isabella announced the home made pizzas were ready.
It was a blessed day!


Mari said...

Sounds like a wonderful Mother's Day. I've never heard of a Tussy Mussy until now. The card from Isabella is so sweet and making them for the other mom's in your neighborhood was wonderful!

AtlantaMama said...

awesome!!!!!! you r a super duper mom!! i'm glad you enjoy mother's day weekend!

Cindy said...

A great Mother's Day for you.
That screened porch sounds wonderful - I need one hear in AZ but I think I'd need A/C also:)

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