Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Birthday Blessings To My Mom

I've always admired this painted portrait of my mom. Her eyes are as blue as the canvas. I am not sure what year this was from. Perhaps you can enlighten us, mom?

If you have a spare minute, please hop on over to Life According To Jan and Jer and wish my mom a  happy birthday! It will mean the world to her!

Your birthday...
a time for warm thoughts
and fond memories,
for expressing
the feelings and words
that often go unspoken,
for letting you
the special person
in my life know
that you are loved
and appreciated -
always.

Happy Birthday Mom 

10 comments:

Hula Girl at Heart said...

I'm headed over there right now to wish her a Happy Birthday. Somehow, I'm sure she'll make it a great day.

Janis said...

OMG, I am in shock...I forgot you even had that portrait. Here is the history behind it...that is my HS senior yearbook photo. A friend of my brother and sister had a crush on me, he was in the service and went to Japan and had this portrait done from my photo. Its been around for many many years. Thanks so much for the B.day tribute...sniff sniff as a tear runs down my face! Love U, Mom xoxo... BTW...the hair style was called a "flip"

Janis said...

I forgot to tell you the year...1964...I am as old as dirt now!!!! thats ok though, I am thankful for each day!

Deborah Ann said...

Your mom is gorgeous! What a beautiful painting. Heading over there now...

maricel said...

That's sweet..the painting is beautiful..

gayle said...

That is a beautiful picture of your mom!! So neat that you have it. I wore my hair in a flip too!1

That corgi :) said...

I was going to say I thought it was a yearbook picture or a senior year picture but then saw that it was. Your mom is gorgeous! how neat you have the picture! wished her a happy birthday

betty

Cheeseboy said...

That is a great painting. She is very pretty. Hope she has a terrific birthday.

Jennifer said...

Awww... Happy Birthday To Your Momma. Beautiful painting of her :)

Intense Guy said...

Blonde beauty really runs in your family - from your mom to you to your daughter...

Over from "The Dust Will Wait"... and liking what I am reading.

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