Tea at Two....... Priceless!

Real Estate Agent with AHome4Sale

Friday,I was the guest of honor along with all the other mothers in my sons kindergarten class room here in Spotsylvania, Virginia.  We were greeted individually by our child with a great big hug and a paper corsage. We were then escorted to our seat were several homemade gifts were waiting for us. The children served us sweet tea and cookies. While we ate we were treated to a concert by our little stars. They sang about how much they loved us (so good for the soul!)The teacher held up a portrait of us done by our child.The teacher then read each child's description of what the liked most about their mother. It was amazing to hear what the children had to say. Some of us were only 6 years old were others were fifty. My son liked it when I let him go to Funland!(This was funny since I have never taken him there.)

This was my youngest son and the last on my Mother Day Teas. It was a bitter sweet day and one the I will always treasure. The gifts and the memories that I received were priceless.  Happy Mother's Day to all of you!

Dana Forster REALTOR

If your relocating to Greater Fredricksburg Area please contact me to see how I can be of assistance to you.

Comments (5)

Mary Warren
Las Vegas, NV

How sweet Dana, you should take that picture and have it ironed onto a t-shirt or a quilt or something for lasting keeping!

May 11, 2008 01:57 AM
Dana Forster
AHome4Sale - Fredericksburg, VA
Realtor, A Home 4Sale Inc, Va

Thanks for the idea Mary, I think I might do that!

May 11, 2008 02:56 PM
Jeff&Grace Safrin
F.C.Tucker 1st Team Real Estate - Valparaiso, IN

Aw - these times are precious - enjoy them and keep the cute drawing! Thanks for sharing Dana.



May 12, 2008 04:46 AM
Dana Forster
AHome4Sale - Fredericksburg, VA
Realtor, A Home 4Sale Inc, Va

Grace- Thanks for stopping by. Time truly goes too fast!

May 13, 2008 06:16 AM
Bob Cumiskey
A1 Connection Realty, Inc. - Sun City Center, FL
US Army Retired, Your Sun City Center, Florida ~ Realtor

Dana, Cherish those memories of your youngsters.  In my mind, sometimes my kids are still toddlers.  I'ts great to go back to those days.

May 13, 2008 06:36 AM