Sunday, May 11, 2014

Happy Mother's Day

Nobody loves you like your Mother!
Miss you.
xo

13 comments:

sandy lawrence said...

A lovely tribute to your mother. I recall the photo of her and you when you were a small child. Age never stole her elegance and beauty.

The Queen Vee said...

I love this photo of your mother. I appreciate and love that you allowed us to know her via your blog. I know she was a great mother and woman because of who you are Rosemary. Who you are is a testament to who she was and that is the very best way one can honor their mother.

Content in a Cottage said...

Sandy....Thanks so much. My mother was beautiful inside and out. xo, Rosemary

Content in a Cottage said...

QV---Victoria, Thank you. I just saw your beautiful mom on Instagram. You are carrying on in her footsteps as a SuperMom and Grandmom.
xo, Rosemary

Anonymous said...

Hello Rosemary,

That's a very nice photo from your Dear Mother.
I also miss my Mother, especially today.
But they are still in our hearts.
Greetz,
Thea.

Content in a Cottage said...

Thea....
Yes, they live in our hearts.
xo, Rosemary

Anonymous said...

Bless you Rosemary. We all hope to be the mother our children will love so deeply. She had such a serene, beautiful appearance and I'm sure a beautiful heart. Sara, Ohio

penelopebianchi said...

I miss your mother too! I loved hearing about her!

I miss my mother all the time; I just feel like she is with me!!

Penelope

sandy lawrence said...

I just noticed this morning when I looked at the photograph again, admiring the placement of the butterfly, did you also "carve" the word TIME in the tree just above the butterfly?

tammy j said...

rosemary...
this is one of my favorite pictures of anna.
she was a treasure.
and still is.
i miss my own little mother to this very day. she was always my best friend. even through what should have been the 'difficult teen years.' i just always enjoyed her company! she was wonderful.

Content in a Cottage said...

Sandy....I put the moth on the tree with photoshop. It was an antique engraving. I never noticed the initials in the tree until you mentioned them. Above the moth I see TIM H
Those were my deceased brother's name and last initial. How ironic. Thanks for noticing them. It was a very old tree in a church yard.
xo, Rosemary

Content in a Cottage said...

Tammy J....
That's one of my favorite pictures of my mom. I had a very simple Instamatic camera back then.
How nice to hear you and your mom were best friends too.
We carry our mothers in our hearts now.
xo, Rosemary

The Queen Vee said...

Rosemary dear, thank you for your kind words.