Hi Inger - Lovely photo - and yes we do remember so lovingly our parents at this time .. and those special times we had growing up. 1908 - not so long ago really ... but what a lot has happened in the world in general, and your life ... fifty years + over here ... With happy thoughts, sad too they are no longer with us, yet that's the way the world is ... it let's us move on to new vistas, then we look back and wish we could recreate some of those nostalgic, wonderful childhood days.With many thoughts and hugs across the pond - looks like we're warmer here! Have a happy, peaceful weekend - today is special in your life ... Cheers Hilary xoxo
We never stop missing our moms when they are gone! I miss my mom a lot too and especially this time of year!
i really like the photo and Happy Birthday to your mom. my dad's sister was born in 1908 and he in 1913. Aunt helen was my second mom. i just noted Samsom's head in the stunning header shot. missed him the last visit
Happy Birthday to your Mom. Thinking of you today too. Such a lovely photo
Beautiful photograph, Inger. My mother would have been 101 on November 30. She always did a beautiful Christmas for the family...
Missing them never stops, does it. Moms are forever special. I don't think I'll ever get used to Christmas without my mom. She loved it so much and all our traditions are tied up in her. Not a bad thing, but difficult.
What a treasured picture to have.
I think of my folks often LOVE your new header!!
Nice post. That is a special picture, Inger.
A Mum is always a Mum, no matter where, or when, and yes, at times like this, memories come so fast and strong. I miss my Mum and Dad lots, and when we moved here, more so, as I realised they wouldn't see where we lived, my quilting, Hugh's garden and woodwork, and lots more.Inger, your words today are from your heart.
So lovely and very sweet photo of your Mom with you, dear Inger!I miss my Mom very much too... My mother was born in 11 July, 1914.Lots of hugs!
Love the scene photo. I miss my Mom too and she was also born in 1908. She was my very best friend and when I'm down, I think of how fortunate I was to have had her as my Mom.
What a sweet photo of you and your mom. Happy Birthday to your mom. She is now forever young in your heart. I miss my mom too.Warm hugs.JB
We always miss our moms the most. The photo is lovely, Inger.
What a wonderful picture of you and your mom. Photos of those we love who have passed on are treasurers that take us back to the past. Yesterday was the 6th anniversary of my grandmother's passing, and I have a picture of her and my daughter, Lizzie, on Easter the year she died that is so special to me. My grandmother's name was Lizzie too, so another joy is watching my own Lizzie grow up and share the memories of her great-grandmother with her. I hope yesterday was peaceful and full of wonderful, happy memories of your mom. Take care. ~Jeff
what a lovely photo to have and treasure. My mother is very ill and this is probably her last Christmas with us so we're trying to make it as enjoyable as we can.
Oh Inger your Mom was very beautiful. My Dad was born on Dec. 19. Hug B
Nothing can replace our Moms and they are in our hearts forever. Sending my best wishes your way, Inger.
Beautiful header Inger. I'm sorry you are missing your mom and hope that you will be comforted in your thoughts and memories of her. Most of us have precious mom's (sadly not everyone does or did). I'm grateful I still have mine and will be visiting with her very soon. Hugs and enjoy your Christmas.
My grandma was born in 1905. They were sort of contemporaries.
I feel your words, Inger. My father was born December 10th. When we were kids, we knew Christmas was coming when Daddy had his birthday. I don't think we ever recover totally from losing our parents. There's always an ache. Wishing you a Merry Christmas, Inger. I know it will be difficult but am hoping the love and warmth of past celebrations will dry the tears. Love and hugs, Kittie
sweet photo. those of us blessed to have sweet moms sure miss 'em.
What a wonderful photograph! Mothers will always be with us in memory! Merry Christmas my friend!!
I think the tree dreams of sailing. All they need to do is carve a face!Have a blessed day.
A lovely photo and lovely to have memories of your mum. We never stop missing them.
Inger, I am certain your mother knows of your love for her.What a lovely photo.
Love the photo!! What a treasure! I can see the sweetness in her face...
Thanks for leaving a comment.. ~~ Inger