Thursday, January 27, 2011

~Me with the Girls~

~I HATE HAVING MY PICTURE TAKEN as I never have felt that I was one of those photogenic types, but I did it anyways....
Me, Kristi, Maddi and Alli~

~These pictures were all taken the 1st morning Chase and Kristi arrived from Florida~


Tonight is the night.....I say goodbye to my "big girls"
This is so painful....I already have a lump in my throat and have been holding back the tears all day.....
Hug those you Love and don't let them forget how much you love and adore them.....
Hugs, Amy

23 comments: said...

Your photos are beautiful as are your girls:) I hope your weekend is fabulous!
Capers of the vintage vixens

vintagesue said...

you just made me cry.
you are beautiful. i can't tell which one is you and which ones are your!!!! you young, pretty thing you.....hahaha.
please wish your daughters well from a stranger in maryland that thanks them for their service!!!!!!
hang in there amy!!!!!


It's a great picture of you and your girls! Look at your long, pretty hair :)

Jane @ Jane's Junk and Treasures said...

My sister is my very best friend!

Suzann said...

Your girls are beautiful!!!
You are so lucky!!!!
Suzann xoxoxo

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I had to go back and read why your girls were "Home" How proud you must be to have your daughters serving in the military. Now I see why you are so sad to have them leave. Thank them for their service, I am wishing them God speed and safety!


Gracie's Cottage said...

What a beautiful family...sorry you have to part with some of them for a bit :(

(Thanks for stopping by my blog..)

Pamela said...

Hi Amy!
So sweet of you to visit my blog and leave a nice comment!
You look as young as your daughters!!
Pamela :)

Mary said...

Amy dear, so great to hear from you and many thanks for your generous comment on my 'words' post.

You are looking remarkable with your beautiful long hair again- both Bob and I often speak of you and are so happy you made it through those rough months.

Your girls are lovely, hard to believe you now have two soldier girls - how proud you must be, how grateful we are for their service to this country. Give them our best wishes please - may they always be safe.

Hugs Mary

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

What a gorgeous family! Boy does it look cccccccccold where you are. Brrrrr!

She'sSewPretty said...

I agree with Sue. I couldn't tell which one was you either at first. You are looking wonderful!
Sending you hugs. I don't know what I'd do if my daughter moved away. She's my best friend.

bj said...

My gosh, must have been 5 when you had your first girl. :))
You look almost as young as your pretty girls.
I know it was hard to say goodbye to them. Maybe it won't be long until they can come back...
xo bj

Coralie Cederna Johnson said...

Beautiful girls! Great blog! Newest follower: me!
Have a great day!

mo said...

These pictures show the love. Priceless. *hugs*

time worn interiors said...

I hate having my picture taken as well! I always look awful, my face it to fat! LOL!

And I feel you pain about the children! My son lives in Texas and his been a little wild lately, he's only twenty! Guess he's sowing a few wild oats! And I worry about him for his safety! He didn't get to come home for Christmas and I missed him something terrible! Got to see him for a couple of days when we went to Texas to do a show last weekend! It's always so hard when you have to part from them! I cry every single time!

Have a great weekend!


MJ said...

You look like one of the sisters!!! Great photo of you all. I'm glad you all had such a good visit!

Kellie Collis said...

Gorgeous pictures! What a lovely family! Have a wonderful weekend, Kellie xx

Susan deGeneres said...

I just stopped in to say hello and take a peek at your blog. You have four lovely girls, but you already know that.

Thanks for visiting me the other day, becoming a follower and leaving a sweet comment.

I join your blog as a follower too, and I'll add you on my blogroll next time I'm fiddling around with it. At any rate, I'll be stopping back soon, and look forward to getting to know you and lovely family.


Sweet Vintage Home and Garden said...

You and your daughters are all so beautiful:) Saying see you soon is always hard... What a wonderful thing your daughters are doing for our country... You all will be in my prayers...

Lots of Hugs!!!

Char said...

You are a beautiful family and it shows, just lovely, Char

koralee said...

What a sweet family you have...I have 3 daughters and feel soooo blessed!

Thank you for visiting me the other day and for your sweet words.

Happy new week to you. xoxo

Ornaments by Pink said...

Very nice pictures. You look like one of the sisters!

Prairie Patch said...

What a beautiful family you have, Amy - and yes, that includes you! Too bad your older girls can't live closer to you.