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Hi neighbors!

So good to see you today.  I just have to share a little about my Mother's Day.  I hope all of you had as good a day as I did.  For breakfast my older two daughters made omelets and homemade cinnamon rolls.  They were yummy!

Next on our list was church.  We all go together.  The message was really good.  Next was lunch.  We had Terriyaki Chicken, fried rice, and lo mein, followed by chocolate chip cookies with ice cream for dessert.


Then came gifts. The card was huge!  My children gave me rocks for Mother's Day.  Can you believe it?  Seriously, we have been re-doing our kennels and I needed rock.  They purchased 40 more bags for me!  I also received a nice new purse, a pair of memory foam sneakers and a message board that my daughter made for me out of an old window frame.  See the pictures.  You attach messages with mini clothes pins!



Here is the message board.  She purchased the window frame at a yard sale and sanded it down.  After painting it, she attached wire to the back.  She had fun choosing the fence, chickens and apples to decorate it with.  You use the mini clothes pins to attach your messages and notes.  I can't decide where to hang it yet.






After a quick nap for some of the family, the rest of us worked on crafts, we headed out for some volleyball!  We finally have weather nice enough to play.  I played the first round and then took pictures for the next challenge.  I think I managed to get some nice ones.


Leap, leap!




We had a really nice family day.  I hope all of you had a nice day spent with family and friends.  Thanks again for stopping in.  See you soon!

Comments

ShellyH said…
Happy Belated Mother's Day! Glad you had a special and wonderful day Lori.

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