Monday, March 18, 2013

Sisters and Friends, The Perfect Compliment, Spring Bouquet

1. When they were little, two of the sisters did not get along. Admittedly, they displayed pure hostility toward one another. This worried me and I would tell them that some day they would be all grown up and they would need and love each other. (I wasn't sure if this was true, but it sounded good and some parenting I made up as I went along.) Now they are all grown up and they spent this last evening together on a double date with friends. I had to wait years to see if I would be right.
2. One little boy motions for me to bend down and listen. He tells me I have pretty hair. I know for a fact this is not true and he is blindly paying me a compliment, but it is the sweetest thing. Time and again, I see that children simply want to be accepted, liked and loved.
3. White tulips and pink carnations are pretty together in the white pitcher. They smell like springtime and Easter.


  1. I'll bet he really does think your hair is pretty. So sweet.