My mother showed up for everything I ever did.
Every play. Every assembly. Every concert. Every student council speech. Every soccer game. Every Miss Mayfair pageant.
Every. Single. Thing.
I think I thanked her in eye rolls. And told her that no one else’s mom was there and was she sure she had time and did she really need to be there and I would be fine if she didn’t make it.
But she never listened.
Instead, when I opened the curtain or walked into the room or lined up on the field, she would be there in the front row with a camera and a big smile on her face listening to every word or note or paragraph or recitation…..
….never ever missing a thing.
I never really understood why.
Until I became a mom.
And now I’m the one on the front row of baseball games and cheerleading events and basketball games and assemblies and concerts, spending last night covered in pink and green and blue and yellow dust from the Relay For Life Color Run dancing the Electric Slide with my daughters.
So to my four children….I love you and I’m on the front row and remember….
….I’m fluent in eye roll. 🙂
Love the styling.
PS I have that measuring cup, too.
How to decorate with real and faux flowers.
Tips found here.
PS I need a tutorial on the bread wrapped in napkins thing.
Simple and easy DIY.
Make a shelf from books.
Tutorial found here.
Snowball flower centerpiece.
And the sweetest story ever.
You can read it here.
And in random news this week:
How to get organized by summer
Fun pie recipe
Simple gardening tips
Best cooking advice
And this wonderful, beautiful letter for the tired mom
And one more for the road.
One of the first projects I made for the blog.
Perfect last minute gift for your mother. 🙂
Happy Random Saturday to you.
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