Sunday, May 8, 2011

The Rita Chronicles


It's Mothers Day, and to celebrate with all of you, Grandma J wants  to share her Mother's Day Post from Mothers Day 2009.  The Rita Chronicles.  Some of you probably remember some of the memories I've shared, but I'd like to reminisce because Mother's Day  without  Rita is like apple pie without ice cream, or lawns without sprinklers.

So, please take a few moments to walk down memory lane with me as I remember some of my fondest memories of Rita.  And, please let me know which episode you liked the best....or not.

The Rita Chronicles  here.

 Happy Mothers Day to you, and you , and especially you! 

XOXO  Grandma J

10 comments:

Mildred said...

What a beautiful photo of your Mom. I enjoyed the gas story about the Lincoln - maybe cause my dad always loved classic cars.

Hope you have a nice afternoon!

M said...

Happy Mother's Day Grandma J! Love the stories...who could tire of those! :)

Anonymous said...

Happy Mother's Day Grandma J! Your Rita stories are the best. I don't think I had ever read the one about the Crossing Guard work before and I got a good laugh out of it. I think some of your grandbabies look like Rita in the beautiful sepia picture you posted, no?

Karen B.

Life with Kaishon said...

I love Rita and I know she was a joy because well....look at you : ) A blessing for certain! I loved the story about her big fancy car.

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

I love your Rita stories and adore this photo. She was a beautiful woman.

Happy Mother's Day.

Busy Bee Suz said...

There is NO way I could just choose one of those stories as my fave. I love them all. YOU mama was a hoot...we know exactly where YOU got it from.
I hope your day was lovely....
xoxoxoxoxo
Suz

Busy Bee Suz said...

Not YOU mama. YOUR mama.
Oy.

Daisy said...

Happy Mother's Day to you dear Grandma J. Your Rita stories were a hoot! ha! The gas story really made me laugh. That must have been quite a mess. I hope you had a nice day today. :)

Mark said...

I think I like the gasoline one the most.
Hope you had a great Mother's Day! I'll drop you an email. m.

Daryl said...

I hope this is not a duplicate comment .. I seem to have lost the first one ..

I said, ahem:

Now I can see where your grands (and YOU)get your good looks ... she was beautiful and clearly she raised a beautiful woman - you!