Gratitude Sunday, August 3: Mother and Daughters


“Mothers and Daughters are Closest, when Daughters Become Mothers”

I am grateful this Sunday to begin the week in the presence of my two daughters as we begin our Fifth Annual Mother-Daughter Vacation in Martha’s Vineyard.

 

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Rental House, Martha’s Vineyard, Oak Bluff, Mass.

 

Especially, grateful for the gift of these precious moments with my daughters to:

  • Reminisce about our past;
  • Discuss our moments in the present; and
  • Share our dreams for the future.

 

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Eldest Daughter

 

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Youngest Daughter

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12 thoughts on “Gratitude Sunday, August 3: Mother and Daughters”

  1. How special! A great idea that I hope to one day share with my own daughter. Have a wonderful time! I look forward to hearing all about it. ❤

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    1. It was a wonderful week. This is our fifth year going to the same place and renting the same house. Martha’s Vineyard is beautiful and what makes it even more people = – the diversity of the people who visit, work and live there.

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    1. My oldest daughter celebrated her 54th birthday on August 17, and, the youngest turned 47 on July 22, the older they get, the more I enjoy having them as my BFFs. Sorry for the delay in this comment.

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