August 11, 2008

BSM: They're Never Too Old...

...to receive words of encouragement in their lunch boxes.

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Domi is starting his 2nd week of high school marching camp and it's intense with this 100+ degree Texas heat. But somehow, they survive it.

14 comments:

Mia's Mama said...

Awwww I'm almost 38, and I'd love a note like that!
You're such a loving and awesome Mama...the best part is that Domi knows what he has in you :)

Maggie said...

That is so sweet! What a lucky boy he is!

Jen said...

I think you are right. You are never too old to get a note in your lunch box. You are so thoughtful!!

Christina said...

Nope, they're never too old. They are our babies forever. It's a little thing, but it'll mena a lot to him. Good luck to Domi this week!

Wendy said...

That's so sweet, what an awesome mama. Sometimes, every rare blue moon, I try to leave one like that on Gabe's coffeemaker or on his windshield. I need to do that more often though. Thanks for the reminder :)

Megan said...

love the angle of the shot and the great note!

Kim said...

So true...

Stephanie said...

Awww...that's so sweet! You are great Mama!

Melissa said...

You should have a medal or something for being such a great mom. Love the shot.

Blueberry said...

what a nice surprise with lunch! i wouldn't mind getting one of those. :)

Phyllis Sommer said...

what a great little note. even i wish sometimes that someone else would make my lunch just so i could get notes!

Jaimee said...

Oh, that is awesome! These Texas summers are killer, aren't they? Can't wait for it to cool off a bit!!

Mel said...

You are so stinkin' cute. I really believe in the little notes, too. He'll always remember that stuff.

Holly Ann said...

My mother put notes in my lunch box up until my last days of high school! I love her so much for it...among so many of the other reasons that I appreciate her, not just as a mother, but as a woman. I just sent her a link to this so she could check it out. I am her last, so she has been an "empty nester" for about 6 years now. And I just know that she will love that some mothers out there still do this for the babies!

You are an A-mazing mother! I look up to you in so many ways!