Wednesday, May 16, 2012

on how i spent mother's day...

We are back home
from watching my girl
in the Idaho State Championships.

She struggled  with nerves on Day 1

but came back on Day 2
ready to have some fun

She cut her score from the previous day by 10 strokes
and finished 11th overall

Definitely, the most unique Mother's Day 
I've ever had.

(Preston, Idaho)

I was tempted to stay home and work.
I am so glad I didn't.

It turned out to be a great  time
away from computers, deadlines, and responsibilities.

I was able to really watch my girl.
to see  her smile...even when  she hit the ball into the water
or missed a short putt.

It was an awesome gift of  beauty.

I wouldn't have missed it for anything.


Stacy's Shabby Shoppe said...

You must be so proud Rene! xo

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

Glad you enjoyed your day!

Sheila Rumney said...

So glad that you had time with your girl! These are the times we mother's remember the most. Wishing you many more.

farmhouse-story said...

congrats to her:) walking the courses in the spring always made my heart happy, when my son played:) happy weekend!

Lori @ Katies Rose Cottage Designs said...

Rene that is fun to do some different things like that sometimes ~
I loved reading your previous post about your children! Your grandbaby is due so soon!! How exciting! My daughter due June 8th is having alot of contractions so that is exciting!


bettyj said...

What a wonderful way to spend Mothers Day, I love the picture of those majestic mountains. WOW I went on to read about your family. what a beautiful one you have. Those grands are so adorable. What fun Christmas must be at your house! This was my first visit to your blog, but won't be my last.BTW I have triplet cousins, who are now 60 and as much fun as they were when they were little.

Unknown said...

For a unique Mother's Day, that one is beautiful! To escape phone calls and deadlines for a few moments is a beautiful thing too. Congrats to your daughter!! {HUGS} Heidi

Unknown said...

For a unique Mother's Day, that one is beautiful! To escape phone calls and deadlines for a few moments is a beautiful thing too. Congrats to your daughter!! {HUGS} Heidi

Lisa~A Cottage To Me said...

I bet you are so proud of her! That's so cool. Great views!

Katie said...

Wow, that IS a pretty place!! Thankful for your eyes finding beauty everywhere!!

On Crooked Creek said...

Some gifts don't come wrapped in paper and bows...nor are they hand delivered to your home. But this Mother's Day Gift of your granddaughter's golf day will be etched as one of the most cherished for years to come! Thanks for reminding us that our time spent with family is our most treasured gift of all!

On Crooked Creek said...

Oops...your daughter! So sorry!!!

mary pernula said...

That is a great story, love her shoes!!!!! Hugs Mary

Shabby chic Sandy said...

That's awesome. There is nothing more enjoyable to a Mom than watching their child be good at something. Glad you had such a great Mothers day!

ThereseMarie said...

She is soooo beautiful! Look at the lean athlete! You have such a beautiful family! I'm glad you went and enjoyed her moment. Those moments go by too quickly...

ew.ka said...

super zdjęcią !

❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ said...

What an absolutely lovely backdrop to enjoy watching your daughter put her skills to work. Hope she did well :)

EllenaElizabeth said...

W E L L done to your daughter and well done to her parents... always the success behind the children. Looks like it would have been a great few days away for you all. If you get a chance I have a post atm about a derelict old house I know, I thought it would interest you. Anyhow off to make a feast for tonight's guests, lambshanks and vegies and sticky date pudding and caramel sauce....can't wait.

the old white house said...

That sounds like a great mothers day! Congrats to your daughter for overcoming her nerves and placing 11th! Way to go! t.xxoxo

Sandi~A Cottage Muse said...

What a glorious day Rene!
She looks so cute...congrats!