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ABC WEDNESDAY: My 'M' Words

 Miriam's momma took this picture

Miriam, pure joy-
 flourishing, developing
and pretty in pink


my momma
always in my heart 
long time missed


Myah- almost five
changing right before our eyes
big sister of two

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Hoosier Quote:
“No matter what looms ahead, 
if you can eat today, 
enjoy the sunlight today, 
mix good cheer with friends today, 
enjoy it and bless God for it.”
~Henry Ward Beecher~

Comments

Reader Wil said…
Hi Nonnie. Those are lovely photos of your mom and the little girl. I wish you a very pleasant week.
Wil, ABCW Team
What a lovely entry Norma... how wonderful it is to have people around who live in your heart and are cherished by you!

Thank you for participating again in our weekly photo-meme!
Hope to may greet you next week, and more weeks to come, again!

Have a nice abc-week/day
♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)
a couple cuties and your sweet mom

ROG, ABCW
Photo Cache said…
Oh what precious blessings you have.

My ABC WEDNESDAY
Your marvelous photographs warmed my heart. I also love the Beecher's quote. Happy ABC Wednesday! #28
Hildred said…
Lovely choices for M, - also like your quote! Be grateful....
Mascha said…
So cute girls!
Have a blessed time
What a sweet baby! I love your Mom's glasses. I am sorry you miss her so. God bless you.
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