After posting that pic of my mom and the kids on Mother's Day, I thought I would try something a little different every now and then. I'm going to pick a favorite photo from years past, do some post processing magic and post them here. This will be the first one.

I took this one of the kids watching a storm coming in. Funny, because they are terrified of storms now. Anyhow, I love that they are not "cheesing" for the camera, that I was able to catch them unaware of my presence there.




As I mentioned previously, we went to a nursery Sunday to look at some trees. Ronnie has this sudden desire to plant a tree. We just can't agree on what kind of tree. I would like a Live Oak or even a Magnolia tree. Our neighbors have a Magnolia tree and it smells heavenly. He wants a Texas Red Bud...but, we already have a Red Bud. He wants a nicer one. I think we will have to come to some sort of agreement to get both a magnolia, AND a red bud. Win win.



The nursery

After lunch yesterday, we went to a big nursery here to check out some trees. There were plenty of other cool things to check out as well. They had some awesome garden statues, benches, and other ornamentation. This was one statue (the book part is up on a pedestal) that I thought was pretty cool.


There was also a neat building with a big water wheel by the koi pond. The kids liked looking at the fish there.


I also thought these bird feeder/bird baths were pretty.


We didn't get a tree...yet. But we had a lot of fun walking around checking things out.


Sunday Citar ~ Happy Mother's Day!

It's Sunday again! What a beautiful day to honor Mom with some quotes! Join in the Citar fun, brought to you by Tabitha at Fresh Mommy.


"A mother is the truest friend we have, when trials heavy and sudden, fall upon us; when adversity takes the place of prosperity; when friends who rejoice with us in our sunshine desert us; when trouble thickens around us, still will she cling to us, and endeavor by her kind precepts and counsels to dissipate the clouds of darkness, and cause peace to return to our hearts." ~ Washington Irving

This is my mom with my kids a few years ago. I'm so blessed to still have her in my world.

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