Sunday, May 8, 2011

Happy Mother's Day!

I hope all of you had a wonderful Mother's Day, spent with your children....biological, adopted, fostered...whatever the circumstances, being a mommy knows no boundaries. 

My hubby and children spoiled me in their very special way!  The big guy brought home the most delicious breakfast burritos and made coffee...I LOVE that!  While he was working his shift, the kiddos cleaned their rooms without complaint, Madison gave me a shoulder massage, and Holden let me watch "chick" flicks without so much as an eye roll!  I also got in some time to create...which is one of the best presents they could have given me. 

Now they are taking me out for a surprise dinner...I can't wait!  I am so lucky that God chose me to be the mommy of Holden and Madison...and led me to Aaron. 

I'll leave you with some pics of the day...

My beautiful Mother's Day flowers and Mommy mail box...

Just a few of things I made today...


  1. Hi Tracy !!
    Thank you bunches for stopping by my blog because
    now I found yours :)
    Have you started your etsy site yet ? Your creations are so pretty!!
    I grew up in Atascadero and my mom and dad still live there ~ My sister
    and her family live in Templeton ~ I read your whole blog and had fun hearing of places that you visit that I have actually been there ~ I haven't been to the Remnants of the Past show but want to someday soooo bad !!
    Have a beautiful Sunday!!


  2. LORI! WOW! It is such a small world, is it not?! I cannot tell you how MUCH I needed to read your comment today! :) I was feeling a little discouraged and wondering if this was all an exercise in futility, and then you found my blog and your sweet words totally validated my desire to keep on with my dream! I have been so inspired by your blog and your beautiful creations! I JUST started my Etsy site today, so...we'll see!

    We actually lived in Templeton for 4 years, before moving to Atascadero! I wonder if I know your sister... If you are ever in the area, please email me...I would love to meet you in person!

    It was my first sojourn to Remnants and I have to say it was amazing! It was crowded due to the article in Country Living, but I'm so happy for their success! I can't wait until the next one in October!

    Thank you so much, made my day!