Saturday, May 7, 2011

In Memory of My Mothers


My Mother 1925-1990

All of my "mothers" were from the deep South, 2 from Georgia 2 from Flordia
 Deep South, where the tea is sweet and the accent are sweeter. Summer starts in April, front porches are wide and word's are looonnggg. Macaroni and Cheese is a vegetable, pecan pie is a breakfast food, chicken is fried and biscuits come with gravy.
Everyone is a "darlin" "honey" or "baby" and someone is ALWAYS getiin their heart blessed.

"Bless your heart for readin this"
My Maternal Grandmother

My Second Mother, Aunt Helen, my daddy's sister.
I lived next door to her most of my life and she was truly my second mother.

My Paternal Grandmother, she also lived next door and was yet another Mother to me
These are the Mothers from my growing up years, they have all gone to be with the Lord and are waiting there for me.
In Memory of All Four of them on Mothers Day


15 comments:

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Hi Sandra, very nice tribute to all your mothers and you too deserve a celebration for Mother's Day. Have a wonderful day.

Carole said...

What a wonderful tribute to your "mothers". I really enjoyed it. Happy Mother's Day to you.

Ann said...

You are lucky with so many lovely ladies to be your mums.

Regina said...

Beautiful..I almost pulled my post (ha ha)..well heck, I can't seemed to make anything short an sweet..but yours iiisn't that much shorter (grin)..I showed restraint by only posting one picture..
I loved this along with those photos!! You did this late huh? Well, it was really touching to me at the end..wishing you a wonderful day tomorrow and a big fat virtual hug from Puna!!

Regina said...

What am I thinking..it's still Saturday (no wonder I felt cheated) ha ha. Well, I know, you had this up and yanked it the other day, see..

Sarah Knight said...

Lovely post : )
Happy Mother's Day!

SquirrelQueen said...

Sandra, you have described Southern grandmothers perfectly. What a great tribute to your mothers.

Happy Mother's Day!

Ginny said...

I think I still have the pictures you sent me of your mom. she looked JUST like her mom!!! Yes, it was the 30's when my mom's dad left! Spooky!! She didn't understand and thought he left because she was a bad girl. Your mom was a beautiful and classy lady.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

Aw, Sandra thanks so much for sharing these precious photographs. I really love them.

What a wonderful tribute to them!

Happy Mother's Day!

S. Etole said...

What a wonderful legacy ... those bottom flowers are beautiful.

Snapper II said...

Happy belated Mothers Day Madsnapper. I'm awake got the coffeepot on can't sleep. Sooo I'm bloggin..
Not allowed to go out of the front yard. Even the neighbors will tell on me. What would I do without my Madeline.
I don't know about this Garden thing. Maybe I should do a Post on the equiptment that they are using.
I realy like to see things grow, and they seem to like it to.

Tipper said...

Such lovely women-I'm glad you had them in your life : )

EG Wow said...

Lucky you to have THREE great mothers. :)

Chatty Crone said...

I must have missed this one - glad I went back to check this out.

What an awesome - awesome tribute to all your mother's. And I know they are up there waiting for you - a long time from now!

And I'll get to meet them too!
sandie

Madeline said...

Such a sweet remembrance of all of your "mothers." I knew your Mother and Aunt Helen and both were two of the sweetest human beings I have ever known. I know they are up in heaven looking down on you and as you said waiting for you when the times comes. I love this post. As you can see I am way behind looking at your posts. I will catch up some day.