Friday, November 30, 2007


Yes it was only yesterday:-) Well, not quite:( This picture was taken in 1993 and my daughter was home for Christmas from college. Helping her decorate the tree was her brother who was 14 years old. She is now 32 and he is 28...where have the years gone?? I tell ya, life happened and someone forgot to tell me. How can I have two grown children, I am a young, youthful gal:-) Well, gal is correct ^-^ I was looking thru some boxes of pics and wanted to share with ya. I passed by the ones of the kids when they were 4, 5 and 6..too painful!! This one was difficult enough!! Nah..I am not complaining. I am so "blessed" to be their mom and have the wonderful family & life I have:) I just wanna know how long I was in the coma????????????????
HUG LIFE, Marylou


Mrs. G. said...

Marylou, you do not look old enough to have two grown children. You're goes to fast. I read all these mommy blogs and get so sentimental about those early days with my kids. It really was hindsight.

Mary Isabella said...

They are adorable. Our children are grown also and now we are watching our Grandchildren grow up right before our eyes. Mary

Hooters said...

Hey Marylou:
You certainly do have beautiful children. To think he is a married man now : ) They grow so quickly and we fortunately have the memories : )
I agree with Mrs. G, you are very youthful looking!!!
Peace & Love

ellen said...

I know, we are all in those comas. The older I get, the faster the time goes. I am like a rock, rolling down a hill and I pick up speed with each year.
Beautiful children!

Anonymous said...

Time flies when we get older, darn it!
Smiles, Grace

PurpleFlowerFairy said...

oh, i hear ya! where do the years go... that was a wonderful idea to pack up all of the ornies from when your kids were little and give them to them to enjoy on their own christmas trees =) i'm sitting her getting all teary eyed from memories of when my kids were little. they are now, soon to be 24 and 27 AND i'm a grammy. you'll love that when it happens as i'm sure you know. merry christmas! debbie