Still Celebrating

I am still on cloud nine, beaming with pride, after attending my daughter’s college graduation on Saturday. What a wonderful day! You can read about it here, and see a couple of pictures, too.

Then on Sunday was Mother’s Day. I miss my mother very much, and yet, I love a day to think back on good memories. It was also a day to make new memories. My daughter and her fiance took me and his mother out for dinner. I enjoy these times of getting acquainted. Conversation was easy, and we shared a lot of laughter.

Moments with family are treasures to keep in your heart. You can always find a smile when those treasures are right there. You will be still celebrating every day.

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12 Responses to Still Celebrating

  1. lisakeeler34 says:

    What a wonderful celebration you had on Saturday. Mom pride is the best, isn’t it?

  2. jarhartz says:

    Times like the ones you mentioned encapsulate huge parts of our lives and hearts.

  3. terierrol says:

    Thanks for sharing. Yes, I do look forward to Tuesday also., I miss my Mom too.

  4. arjeha says:

    How right you are…moments with family are to be treasured. Glad you had a wonderful weekend.

  5. elsie says:

    Family memories kept close in your heart are the best for all times, good and bad. Congratulations to your daughter (and you)!

  6. That’s worthy of a month-long celebration! 🙂

  7. Bonnie K says:

    Mother’s day used to be so much easier. Now it’s mixed with emotions… Getting older is tricky.

  8. bevbaird says:

    What a lovely way to celebrate on Mother’s Day. Congratulations to your daughter on her graduation. How proud you must be.

  9. How lovely. Lots of celebrations! Yes indeed to this line “Moments with family are treasures to keep in your heart.”

  10. Ramona says:

    “Treasures to keep in your heart.” Thanks for the reminder of how important moments can be. Congrats on the college graduation, definitely something to celebrate. It’s fun to think back about our own moms and remember what they gave us (even when they’re not with us any longer).

  11. macrush53 says:

    The best ling, “treasures to keep in your heart.” I keep the treasures of my mom there.

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