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Post a pic of your Mom!

Discussion in 'People' started by PGB, Sep 5, 2005.

  1. PGB


    Jan 25, 2005
    This is my mother. Her name is Becky and I love her dearly. She was always the homeroom mother quick to bake cookies or chaparone a field trip. My mother worked when I was growing up in my father's radio station. I grew up in the radio business as I was there on her desk 4 days after I was born. I never had to go into daycare or be babysat by anyone. She worked, cared for me and my siblings, and took care of daddy too. She is a Proverbs 31 woman to the letter.

    So I dedicate this thread to all the mothers out there. Lets see yours.

  2. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    Beautiful lovely Lady Patrick.

    You did a wonderful job with the image
  3. dbirdsong

    dbirdsong Guest

    This is my Mom from our family Christmas gathering in Dec. 2003.
    It was her first Christmas after my Dad passed away.
    I really love this picture because she is with my youngest daughter Alison.
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  4. Here is mine, a few years before I was born. She had a rather tragic life, but she brought seven of us into this world, so from a certain point of view she was a smashing success.

    The yellow arrow points at her.

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  5. Oh Gosh, Patrick !
    I lost my old mother last week.

    Here is one taken three years ago by my wife with the CP4500 we owned at the time. It was my first digital camera.
    It had been a great day out at St-Thimotée (you could maps.google St-Timothée, Québec, Canada), walking the islands and the park, and pick-nicking with trouts on the charcoal my brother (he's the one on the left) had brought.
    We used this framed picture during the ceremony we held in the memory of my mother yesterday.
    She lives in our memories.
  6. You have a lovely mother Patrick, I'm happy that you still have her around for your children. That's important. My mom and been gone since the 70's so I can't share a picture. I do have one of my mother-in-law who has lived with us for 12 years. I took this image on her 90th birthday.

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  7. JeffKohn


    Apr 21, 2005
    Houston, TX
  8. F15Todd


    Feb 1, 2005
    My Mom

    Here is a picture of my mom with Bailey, it was taken by my wife when they went to visit all the family back in the states when I was spending sometime in Germany.
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  9. PGB


    Jan 25, 2005
    What lovely ladies everyone. Thank you for sharing them with us.

  10. Mine on vacation recently

    Here is one of my mom when we were camping at Redfish Lake recently.
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  11. PGB


    Jan 25, 2005
    I can see where you get your good looks from Terri.

    Thanks for sharing.
  12. You are very kind Patrick. Thanks for starting this great thread. I am finding it a very enjoyable one to watch.
  13. my precious mom

    I was unable to find a really good picture of mom, but wanted to post one because this is such a great thread. I will work on getting a better pic as soon as I can. This is from a summer meal when I went a visiting.
  14. PGB


    Jan 25, 2005
    Everyone, these captures are great.

    Their love and caring is without equal. If your mom is still with you pick up the phone or go see her.

    I try to talk with my parents everyday on my way home from work. I call my family and tell Leigh I'm on the way and tell the boys I love them and then call my mom and dad. Parents are so important even to us adults. You never know when they are not going to be there. Fortunately I live relatively close to my parents and Leigh's so we can visit often. Family has always been the most important thing in Leigh's and my life.

    Thanks for sharing these wonderful photos of these wonderful women.

    Gordon's post about his mother-in-law reminded me of how lucky I am to have such wonderful in-laws. Some people can't stand their in-laws and I find mine to be wonderful people in everyway. I enjoy spending time with them very much.

  15. JeffKohn


    Apr 21, 2005
    Houston, TX
    There's nothing quite like Mom's cooking, is there? (Hope my wife doesn't see this... :smile: )
  16. dbirdsong

    dbirdsong Guest

    Man you never ate my mom's cooking! :eek: 
    She made the more shoe leather pot roast than everyone else in the world combined.. But she ate it anyhow and expected us to eat it too.. :smile:

    You know I heard this said about Moms...
    Mom and dogs, they will love you no matter what you do, they are still there to give you a warm kiss on the check and let you know that they love you.
  17. You all have very lovely mother's that they allow you to take photos of them. My mother, on the other hand, never wants me to take a picture of her. Whenever I have my camera in my hand, she always turns away thinking I'm going to get a picture of her. One day! And beautiful shots of all the mothers, ladies and gents!
  18. drueter


    Apr 24, 2005
    Southeast Texas
    Here's a shot of my mother taken at a niece's wedding at the end of July.

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  19. Not much of a portrait, but I took what I could get from my mom!

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