7/9/08

Mother-daughter time


We have had some spectacular sunset skies this summer. This is one that my mom snapped from the car window as we were heading home from mini-golf.

Happy mum! I love doing things with her because we enjoy all the same things. We have always worked as a good team, whether we're traveling together, playing mini golf, or building a toy chest. It's easy for us, and I know I'm lucky. Not everyone has the kind of relationship we have. I treasure it.



10 comments:

J said...

I think it's funny that you guys play so much mini-golf! Have you thought of turning pro?

operationtigerlily said...

I think QQ will have a mini putter in her hand before she hits US soil. Guarantee it.

Vivian M said...

How wonderful! Mother-daughter time is precious...enjoy every moment!

C&A said...

get all the advice you can-you'll be callin her a lot once that little one comes-with each child my mother and I have become closer then I thought-I thopught we were pretty close before but it is like a new demention on the relationship.

Fliss and Mike Adventures said...

It is great that you have your mum so close... I hate the fact that she lives 10,000 miles away... I realize since living in the US just how much I enjoyed doing stuff with mum and I did say sorry to her for being 'difficult' when I were growing up... hehehe... she laughed...

Stacie said...

I have never seen a family so into mini golf. I think we need to give it a try! Only problem- i am ultra competitive! you are so fortunate to have the relationship you do with your mum- i think that is a strong indicator of what your relationship will be like with your own daughter!

Yoli said...

It is wonderful to have such a relationship. Indeed treasure it. There is no better friend than a mother.

MotherMotherOcean said...

Look at you, Tiger Woods.

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Maia said...

Okay, the mini golf thing is totally cracking me up. Can't wait to see the three generations of women on the astro turf!