Saturday, May 10, 2008

Perfect.

Sleeping in until 7:30.

Sunburned shoulders.

Belly stuffed with grilled shrimp and DQ Blizzards.

Lazy afternoons spent building sand castles, feeding the seagulls and splashing in the waves.

No thoughts of housework, chores or to-do lists.

Surrounded by my family.

Sounds like a perfect Mother's Day weekend to me.

Hope you all find happiness this weekend.

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17 comments:

Angie said...

I think something is wrong with me. Part of my idea of a perfect day is time without the kids. Not much of a mother's day without those that make you a mother?

KEEP BELIEVING

Mari said...

Sounds heavenly! Have a good weekend!

Motherhood for Dummies said...

I agree with Angie! I love my kids but I do love a day wiht my husband and I... or just me going to a spa! :)

Ann(ie) said...

That sounds pretty perfect to me, too. Especially the part about the DQ Blizzards. ;)

Bonnie said...

Happy Mother's Day ! Hope it was as wonderful as you imagined ! :)

Family Adventure said...

Perfect, indeed. Happy Mother's Day to you, too! :)

Heidi

the mother of this lot said...

Have a perfect Mother's Day Beth!

Lee and Beth said...

Ahhh. That sounds great. Hope you have a wonderful mother's day. :)

Denise said...

Happy Mothers Day sweetie.

Donna said...

Blizzard!

That does sound pretty perfect.

Joanne said...

Sounds pretty perfect to me too...


Happy Mother's Day!

Christine said...

Happy Mother's Day!

McMommy said...

Oohhh! DQ blizzards!! That IS a perfect mother's day!!

Jaina said...

That sounds absolutely wonderful. I hope you had a lovely mother's day! Happy (belated) Mother's Day! :)

Karen MEG said...

Sounds like your mother's day weekend was great ... I'm so glad!

elizabeth embracing life said...

Sounds like you really have had a terrific weekend. Slightly jealous.

the dragonfly said...

Sounds wonderful!

My first Mother's Day was fantastic. My friend and I took our three kids to Trier for a picnic and exploring. Perfect! (Well...perfect if our husbands weren't in Iraq...)