Monday, May 15, 2006


Elvis. Shoes. Yellow. Monahans. Life long friends. Bunko. Shopping. Family. Cradle Roll class. Nascar. Caring for broken children. Chicken Noodle Soup, saltine crackers and 7 up. It's Music. Supper Club. Morning talks in the bathroom. Honest answers. Wisdom. Perception. Intuition.

I was a colicky kid (cried non-stop for the first months of my life). A VERY talkative youngster. And a SILENT teen.
And then, to top it all off, I moved across the World to live with four of her grandkids in a foreign land.

And somehow she still manages to love me enough to fly overseas twice, let me live in her home for 6 wks at a time, take over her laundry room, bedrooms , bathroom and hallway and never fails to be thrilled when I call or show up.

You are terrific, Mom. I appreciate your steadfastness and commitment. Your job isn't easy. I understand that more everyday :-)

I'm so glad we were together on Mother's Day. I love you!


Aimee Jo said...

What a cute picture! I am so glad that you got to be with your mommy on Mother's Day. How is Odessa, anyway? Hope that you are getting more than your fill of great mexican food. Love you, friend!

Steve Maxwell said...

Nice Post Cheryl. It is awesome to hang out with your mom on mother's day. God bless your time with your family.

Sherilyn said...

Thank you, Cheryl! This was the best Mother's Day present in the world. I love you!