Thursday, January 28, 2010

Nana-The Queen Mother

I had a few minutes before I pack and head out to North Carolina to work for a few days so I thought I would share my thoughts. Looking at my tea party pictures I am realizing I have gotten old. Well, you say, "Duh!" Yes, I realize this profound revelation everyday, but to see it in this particular venue. Wow. I guess I need to get real and think that nearly all of my fellow tea party girls are over 30 years my junior. I guess that alone would tend to make one look older.
They did the sweetest thing. They made a picture album with lots of pictures of the tea party. I just love it.

My friend Brenda discussed about my guilt in her post the other day. We had so much fun and then I started feeling sad about others not able to do such fun things. She helped me appreciate what the Lord gave me and I should be thankful and appreciate, not feel guilty.

So I guess it's okay to look like the Queen Mother. She always appeared to be a kind of a sassy confident lady. Hope you guys have a great day. I will be riding along in my automobile. Ta Ta

9 comments:

willow said...

The only thing you have in common with the dearly departed Queen Mother, is that both of you seem always to be smiling!

Devoted said...

LOL! I like getting older, like this part of life... what I don't understand is how my mother keeps getting into my mirror! Be safe and God bless!

ChaChaneen said...

Thank God for 30+ years women like yourself Trish! The wisdom you share is worth more than anything you can imagine to a grateful, youthful and often foolish woman in this world. You are a blessing to your ladies and they certainly appreciate you!

Betsy said...

I agree with Chachaneen...you are wonderful just like you are...we love you! ;) Queen Mother? I think not! ha!

Technonana said...

I LOVE BEING THE QUEEN MOTHER!!

a woman who is said...

Don't you just love hanging out with younger women though? I think you are blessed that they love you so, and invite you to parties with you as the guest of honor.

That makes you and extra special Queen Mother...for sure :)

julie king said...

like devoted, i see my mother in mirror each day as well. sometimes it catches me off guard because i still feel like that young 30 year old inside. but then i think that i can't imagine a more wonderful woman to look like than my mom. and my heart is happy with it all.

i think you're adorable and agree with willow -- you're always smiling!

RNSANE said...

There is no comparing you to the Queen Mother, my dear!! Except that you RULE and have so many adoring subjects. Honestly, I'm 65 and, except that a few aches and pains remind me that I am no spring chicken, I can't believe I have acquired that many years....how did it happen??? My mind doesn't feel like it's approaching seventy
( though my boys tell me it is )!

prashant said...

You are a blessing to your ladies and they certainly appreciate you!

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