But I'm not going to complain. It feels so good to be pain free after all this time and back to sewing ( I did continue sewing during the first few weeks but wasn't able to as time went on).
I have no quilty pictures to share, but want to wish everyone a wonderful Mother's Day. I'd love to be able to spend the day with my three sons who I love dearly. But since that can't happen, I'll remember the days we were together, like this picture taken in 1974:
I'm also going to be celebrating my youngest son Jeff's successful back surgery yesterday and my oldest son Mike's acceptance of a great job offer as he begins the countdown to his retirment from the Army after a near 30 year career.
And finally.............I'll be celebrating the news that both Mike and Mark will be welcoming new grandchildren into their families. I received calls from Granddaughers Kelley and Caitlin last week sharing the exciting news. This will make us great-grandparents five times over.
There is much to celebrate this Mother's Day. Hope you all have a wondeful day as well.