Thursday, May 8, 2008

Happy Mothers Day...

I just thought I would write a little post to my mom.. Even though she may never get on I look at this as kind of a journal for me. I am so very thankful to my mom, she has done so much for me. Being a mom it reminds me of things that my mom did for me when I was young that I took for granted. Almost everything!!! There are so many things that I for my kids that I know she did for me. I love my mom just for being her. Everyone says that I looks just like her and I take that as a compliment. She is a truely wonderful person. She is one of the most honest and loving people that I know. She is a wonderful grandma, that loves her grandkids soooo much. I am thankful for her willingness to serve in the temple. I know that our family has been blessed by my parents willingness to serve. I am greatful for the example she gives me everyday in just getting through the day. I am greatful for the advice she gives me on children and husbands..haha.. I love my mom so much and am thankful to a Heavenly Father that loved me enought to send me to a great mom.. Happy Mothers day MOM..I love you..

10 comments:

DeAnne Baum said...

She is a great person and Mom! I think I spent enough time at your house to consider her as a second Mom! She watched us since we were little. She is very loving and kind hearted. You are pretty lucky to have her as your Mom!

Tim & Leanna Morris Family said...

What a great letter! I agree with DeAnne, we spent lots of time at the Beecrofts!! I love your mom..she is such a good person! I can remember saying family prayers with your family..waiting for the Snowflake bus, I am thankful for that example you guys always were!

You should totaly post a recipe..come on!! I know with 5 kids you have to cook something?!

Aunt Tiff said...

You do have a great mom!!! We are grateful for their service in the Temple as well. What would Heber have done without them throughout the year?

Tiffani

lindy said...

Hi old neighbor! I found you on Traci's I am adding you to my list. It was good to read your update. Your boys are sure cute!! lindydavis.blogspot.com

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Hallie said...

Aren't moms the best?! That was such a nice post about your mom.

Dawna said...

Your mom is the most positive person I have ever know--always cheerful and upbeat, even when she's not feeling well. She's a good example to us all. I think the greatest compliment a daughter can pay to her mother is to try to be like her as she raises her own children. I see that same cheerful personality and great sense of humor in you, Amee!

Ray & Carla Bryant said...

Amy some how I found your blog. It is great to see your kids they have really grown up. I don't know your mom but I know how sweet you are so she must be wounderful. Clay as a police officer that is so great. I hope all is well with you guys. We miss all of the Hensleys. Ray & Carla Bryant

Skousen Seven said...

Amee, it was so good to hear from you! Thanks for the kind words about my mom. Your mom is so Awesome. We had such a great childhood with your family too. I have so many fun memories of our families doing things together. My favorite is the trip to Logan, Utah.(Ask Paula about that one) Your mom has been such a great influence on me. I love being able to see her in the Temple. She will always be my "Aunt Jo"!

Skousen Seven said...

Sorry, it was the trip to BYU. We took a side trip to Logan.