Sunday, May 13, 2012

Epic Feast and Destruction Mother's Day Extravaganza

And the day is just beginning. There are no words. Love this big defies summaries, explanations.

Happy Mother's Day, to all the women who love big, who play, and work, and share in the many pleasures of life. Love, and be loved.

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  1. happy mother's day, my dear! and i'm curious...is that beer and pancakes? because you really know how to party, woman!

    hope your day is lovely!

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    1. Are you having a good one, Ivey? Happy Mother's Day!
      Pancakes and beer... er ROOT beer, but that doesn't sound any more defensible... hahaha. You are witnessing a meal by committee, a young committee, set free to shop without inhibitions. There were whipped cream topped brownies, too! Strawberries, raspberries... the works. I'm aching for salad, tonight, and maybe an ice cold beer to finish a good day!

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  2. Looks like a healthy breakfast! LOL. You look like a fun family. Happy mother's day.

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    1. Oh, yes... very *healthy!* Assuming it doesn't all get eaten, which it didn't!
      A favorite part was when they called me into the kitchen... and I tiptoed into the hall, where they were hiding to surprise me... I got the biggest surprise and laugh out of them when I called "surprise" at their turned backs! Happy Mother's Day, too. Did you enjoy some fun and surprises, too?

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  3. WOW...and that was just the start of the day! ;o) Love the pinata! Glad you had such a sweet weekend with your family. I will be traveling to see my own my soon--can't wait! Mother's Day is tough for me, as I'm not a mom, but would like to have been. ((HUGS))

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    1. ((HUGS)) You have all the nurturing love of a wonderful mom, and I am sorry that opportunity to experience that hasn't happened. I know there are consoling kinds of things people could say about this, but sometimes I think it's best to acknowledge when a tough outcome is recognized for what it is. I recognize how profoundly fortunate I am to be a mom, to have this experience. Ironically, I started out with the message that, for medical reasons, being pregnant, giving birth, might not be an option for me. Tracy, I value you, as a woman for the love and compassion you share... you help me. Some women, like you, are spiritual mothers, and we are blessed by you, so thank you for being a light, for all your ((hugs)) and support.

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  4. Is there any of the breakfast left?

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