3.08.2010

four lovely women...

I am surrounded by fabulous people.  My cup is full, overflowing full.  Silly, crazy, nobody should have so much, full.  Lucky for you, I am a generous gal.  I'm going to share four of these people with you.  Four women who mean the world to me.  These women are smart, kind, funny and capable.  In the spirit of this blog, I've decided to have a weekly Monday morning photo feature.  Each one of my favorite women will send me a photo from their weekend - just a snapshot of  their life - whatever they want.  I'll publish them here every Monday and you can get to know them through their images.  Lucky you!

We have the darling daughter in Washington trying to survive her first year of Law School.  The kind, animal loving British mother in Sedona, the funny, teacher and mother of a 3 year old (best friend since kindergarten) in California, and the sassy "retired" from teaching to raise her 2 little boys cousin (and good friend) in Florida.  Here they are...

Washington - daughter.


















Arizona - mother.


















California - friend.


















Florida - cousin.


I hope you will enjoy getting to know these four lovely women.

5 comments:

MJM said...

I love these... Aunt Maria.. That sunshine looks lovely.

Andrew H. said...

Those calla lillies almost look fake they are so perfect. Very nice. We had those flowers are our wedding. They happen to be my wife's favorite.

Maria said...

These photos are just beautiful! And amazingly are taken of things that I just love! NW coast and its rain (and its fish!), the awe inspiring rocks of Sedona - has there ever been a boring photo taken of them? And Calla lilies - mmmm one of my FAVORITE flowers, we had them in our wedding as well! It's commonalities that bind us together, and the differences that keep us interested. Thank you all for sharing! Looking forward to getting to know you even more!

Beatnheart said...

Lovely, revealing photos..you daughter is showing her mothers influence..

Jeanette said...

What a lovely thing to say. Someday Cynthia, we will meet, I'm sure of it.