Earl and I took my Mom to brunch for Mother’s Day today. Per our annual tradition, we went to brunch at the local casino. They have a really good spread and a band playing and the whole works. It was a good time.Â
While Earl and I were eating at the table I noticed that it took her a little longer to get back from the buffet; she had struck up a conversation with the woman behind her (or vice versa). My mother has the gift of gab and could talk to the refrigerator if she had to and I seemed to have inherited that trait from her. I think that’s a good thing.
Earl snapped a photo with Mom’s camera; I thought it came out well.Â
I wrote this a couple of years ago, but it’s still true.
Sheâ€™s a little whacky. She hears her own drumbeat. All the kids in school wanted her as a chaperone, because she was the cool mom. When we were kids, she could rattle dishes in a two-mile radius when she said â€œnoâ€. She was and is always there to listen. Sheâ€™s always has accepted me as I am, regardless of my age. Yeah, sheâ€™s pretty neat. Happy Mothersâ€™ Day, Mom.