Sweet & Salty

For Mother’s Day this year, my {step}daughter & husband gave me both of Trisha Yearwood’s cookbooks.

Lately I’ve been watching her on her Food Network show, in fact since she started, this was the first weekend she was re-runs.  Ok so I can’t lie, my favorite between her and Pioneer Woman is still Ree Drummond, but I like Trisha’s show none-the-less!  It is set to record on my DVR at home.  Sorry I don’t like commercials!

My Mother-in-law watches her show too!  And on a recent episode she created Sweet & Saltines.  It just so happens to be in her Home Cooking with Trisha Yearwood cookbook as well.


Happy Mother's Day

I would like to wish my Momma,

Have I ever told you how much she hates having her photo taken?

My Mother-in-law,

Couldn’t find one with me and her but hubby works!

My Grandma J

And my Grandma S (even though she isn’t with us still, she’s in my heart and that’s what matters)

A Verrrrrrry Happpppy Mother’s Day!  I love you All!

Happy Mother's Day!

I just wanted to wish my Mom a Happy Mother’s Day!  I was a lucky kid growing up and I have a wonderful mother! (my mother HATES having her photo taken… good luck finding many… LOL)

Company Christmas Party 1984
(Santa scared me)

New York City on the Statue of Liberty, June 2005

My wedding.  I love both of them!!!  September 4, 2010

 And I can’t forget to send a special shout out to my newest addition of Mother’s in my life, My wonderful mother in law!

Mother Son Dance, Our wedding, September 4, 2010

Plus My wonderful Grandma!!

Bridal Shower, August 2010

And my Grandmother In Law

Our Wedding, Sept 2010

And I’d never forget about my wonderful grandmother I lost in September 2007.

February 5, 2002 (Grandma’s Birthday)

And this year I got to attend a Mother’s Day Luncheon at my sweet {step}daughter’s school.

May 6, 2011

Of all the rights of women, the greatest is to be a mother.

A mother is a person who seeing there are only four pieces of pie left for five people, promptly announces she never did care for pie.

Nobody knows of the work it makes to keep the home together.  Nobody knows of the steps it takes, nobody knows – but Mother.

Mother – That was the bank where we deposited all our hurts and worries.

When you are a mother, you are never really alone in your thoughts.  A mother always has to think twice, once for herself and once for her child.

And remember that behind every successful woman….. is a basket of dirty laundry.

To all my bloggy friend Mothers!!!