Tuesday, December 15, 2009

"busted the best mom competition"

Mark lovingly wrote the quote above in a sweet letter to Mommy. We had a lovely day helping Mom celebrate her birthday. First off Marissa made granola pancakes:
(they were SO yummy!)

Then the three of us ladies went to town to shop a bit. If you don't already know about Anthropologie, it is a great store!! (mostly just for looking at since the prices...um...don't fit my budget ;)). Next stop was a delightful lunch with Mom's parents at McAlister's Deli, a new favorite--very special!

Lastly, Marissa and I put together a tea to finish off her day.

vanilla sweets (pink) and vanilla Rooibos tea
apricot-cucumber sandwiches
antipasto squares
triple chocolate fudge cake

Happy Birthday, Mother Dear. I love you!
*Philippians 4:11b-13
*1 Peter 5:5-7
*Titus 2:3-5
*Proverbs 15:23

4 comments:

The Poff Clan said...

What a beautiful birthday celebration your family gave you! So glad you had a wonderful day.

Anonymous said...

It looks like you had an absolutely smashing day, you three! I love the tea.

Lots of love,
Medora

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Spencer Mom said...

It was a great day. I loved it all from the delicious pancakes (my favorite), to the lunch (at one of my favorite restaurants) with my daughters and my parents, to our browsing through Anthropologie, to the end cap of the delightful tea that even had the guys oohing and ahhing. Wonderful day! Thank you my sweet daughters!
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