Wayzata, Minnesota

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Six Word Saturday - 10 May 2014



So HAPPY Mother's Day To ALL

We lost my mother six years ago.  My grand-daughter, Lyra says my mother now lives with the stars.  

Every year since my mother has gone to live with the stars, my oldest son has registered us all to attend the Susan G. Komen, Twin Cities, Race for the Cure. 

We'll all be there again tomorrow, bright and early!

Last year in Bloomington, Minnesota.

My oldest son is wearing the backpack and his youngest son to his left, my daughter-in-law is in the pink hoodie and the two little girls in the wagon are my grand-daughters.  In the pink T-Shirt is my son-in-law and my daughter to his right, you can just barely see her.  That's just six of us, that got in this photo of us nearing the finish line, for the Race for the Cure.

This year we'll all be there again.

May everyone, everywhere enjoy a wonderful weekend in your celebrations.

Happy Mother's Day to you all.

So Put On Your Dancing Shoes!
and Dance.

My grand-daughter, Lyra in pink, loves to keep on dancing!

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Dawn said...

Praying you have a blessed day! Happy Mother's Day!

retired not tired said...

I'll be dancing! Happy Mother's Day to you!

Naquillity said...

Happy Mother's Day to you too. hope you and your family have a great time at the race for the cure. your family is very nice looking... hope all is well. have a great day~

noexcuses said...

Love that little Kate! My Emily was just like that when she was little. Actually, she is still like this in her 20's! St. Louis has a Mother's Day race, too! Happy Mother's Day!

Suzy said...

How cute is your granddaughter. All the best for the cure walk.
Thanks for visiting my blog.

TexWisGirl said...

how wonderful to remember her and honor her.

Ron. said...

It's hard when they're gone. It gets easier, but not much. I'm blogging about mine tomorrow.

Ron. said...

It's hard when they're gone. It gets easier, but not much. I'm blogging about mine tomorrow.

Kathe W. said...

LIttle Kate is having a fine time isn't she! My mom died 25 years ago.. far too young. Your participation in Race for the Cure is a wonderfully positive way to honor your mom!

Tonya Jastad said...

Happy Mothers Day to you! I hope you enjoy every moment of time with your family!

Anonymous said...

This is a wonderful way you remember your mom. Enjoy your day. I am a ten year survivor this year.

restlessjo said...

It sounds like it can't fail to be a great day, Karen, and what a lovely way to celebrate her life. It's almost 24 years since mine died. An unbelievably long time.

Cloudia said...

Bless you for a meaningful day!

ALOHA from Honolulu

Annesphamily said...

God Bless You! What wonderful shots of your phamily. I lost my favorite aunt to dreaded breats cancer. I find that the older you are the less anyone cares. Breaks my heart. Thank you for your share and thank you for walking/running/caring. Happy Mother's Day to you!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Happy Mother's Day, Karen!

Your family is very cute.

orchid Miyako said...

Wow; orchid with glistening with pink♡♡♡ Thank you SO much for the beautiful image.
I've lost mine in the year 2000, Cannot forget the day. Your granddaughter look SO pretty in the pink dress as well♬♬♬

Happy Mother's Day to you, Karen.
Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

EG CameraGirl said...

How cute that Lyra says your mother lives with the stars. Happy Mothers' Day!

Anonymous said...

Happy Mother's Day!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The six-word phrases just flow from you!

My 6WS: Looking Forward to Your Visit!

Jenny Woolf said...

Oh, Lyra, what a cute little dancer! :)