~that's all that matters~
The Boutique on Wheels....
Okay, perhaps you have seen a "rolling boutique" before, but until this past Wednesday, I had not. What a novel idea! I mean how much better can it get when shopping is delivered right to your doorstep. Almost like internet shopping. ~smile~ One of the gals at Hubby's office made a connection with the gal that owns the Fleurty Ginger Boutique and arranged for her to make a stop by the office. Of course, we had a good time snatching and grabbing and giving our opinions and finally making a purchase or two. The owner is so, so personable and nice and it was just a delightful experience. And, you can click on the link above and shop online with her as well. I'm telling you, it's a "win win" situation and I think she is on to something for sure!
Since this is Mother's Day weekend my mind has reflected back to my own Mother this week and how I miss her and wish that we had had a few more years together. But, as in all things, life goes on and that's just the way the Lord intended it. In my thinking these past few days I've thought alot about some of the things my Mom said to me as I was growing up. I'm betting that many of you can relate to them as well. Did your Mom ever say to you?
Don't go out with a wet head, you'll catch cold.
A little birdy told me.
Don't sit too close to the TV, it'll ruin your eyes.
I don't care what everyone else is doing. I care what you are doing.
I hope someday you'll have a daughter just like you.
I'm doing this for your own good.
Say that again and I'll wash your mouth out with soap.
The world does not revolve around you.
You'll understand when you get older.
Don't ask why. The answer is NO.
If I want your opinion, I'll ask for it.
I'm going to give you until the count of three.
Clean your plate, think of the starving children in Africa.
Your Daddy is going to hear about this when he gets home.
And, last but not least..........No matter what, I'll always love you.
And, the list could go on and on with Mom-isms and all the memories they evoke from years gone by.
"God could not be everywhere and therefore he made Mothers."
Wishing all Moms a wonderful weekend and a happy Mother's Day!