Thursday, February 10, 2011

~Me with The Four Sisters~

~I know I promised you pictures of me with "The Four Sisters" but it's been really hard on me since they left on Jan 28th.....(just 2 weeks ago today)
It's the first time in 19 years that I haven't had Alli here. It hit me harder than I thought it would and I've been trying to keep my mind off of it by visiting all of your wonderful blogs and keeping busy around the house.
I will post more, but for now,
this is the only one I could muster up to share with you.
From Left to Right:
Me, (Amy the Mom)
Alli (sister #3),
Ashley (sister #1),
Kristi (sister #2)
and last but not least, Maddi (sister #4)
Love and Hugs,
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stefanie said...

oh, I cant imagine!!! stay strong!

Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

a beautiful family Amy!

Anonymous said...

You have a beautiful family, Amy.
It's so hard when one of them leaves, I know. I'll bet Maddi is feeling weird; being the only one home!
I hope you are keeping warm!

Dragonfly Treasure said...

Love the photo. Just take it day by day and keep busy like you're doing.

crafting uk mum said...

beautiful girls and a beautiful mummy xx

Pamela said...

Oh Amy that is so hard!! My thoughts and blessings are with you!!
Pamela xo

"Great photo!!"

Elsina said...

What a lovely photo! I know what you feel. I just had my 4 girls together for five days, until the second left back to her Navybase yesterday. Sigh.
Stay strong :)


Hi Amy,
All I can say is...WHAT A BEAUTIFUL GROUP OF GIRLS. You are all beautiful. They will be home with MOM in no time. Hugs,

Vintage from the Village said...

Lovely photo - good to see you ! x

MJ said...

Great picture! I can only imagine how hard it must be. Boy they grow up fast, too, don't they? I remember when I first found you on the internet, they were all so little. I think Maddie was just a baby. Would love to see a picture from those days. You had one posted on your website. Would love to see it again sometime.

She'sSewPretty said...

Awwww Amy!! You made me cry. When my daughter moved out and across town, I was so sad. I can't imaginme her moving miles and miles away. Luckily we have internet and phones now so can keep in contact better than our parents ever could. They're all such pretty girls. Momma done good!!

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Love your photo! We'll do our best to distract you but I sure don't blame you for missing your girls.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely photo Amy, sending big hugs your way, each day will get better
hugs June

Lallee said...

That is an adorable photo of all of you, Amy! Belated birthday wishes to you!

McVal said...

What gorgeous ladies! I'm so sorry you're not all together.

aimee said...

what a beautiful picture of you and your girls :) i have enjoyed my visit! i just love all of your vintage linens & hankies :) so pretty.

Janean said...


can you spare a sister for me? i always wanted one, but nooooooo, my parents had to go off and birth a brother (okay, he's wonderful, but still....) LOL!

Mary said...

We (Bob and I) have been waiting for this great pic for a long time! We've so wanted to see you all together - just fabulous. I didn't get even one, just a brother, but he's great and I wouldn't trade him after all these years, lol!

Prairie Patch said...

Aww, Amy. I hope you're feeling better now. I know it'll hit me once my son leaves, so I'm treasuring the moments until he does.


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