Wednesday, September 5, 2012

It's time for another post.



No - I haven't written one. I'm just saying it's time...

Here's a photo instead.


My mother-in-law
Really, I suspect that there is no more adorable belle-mere in the world...

*sigh*

The thing about living in France is that sometimes you miss people.

15 comments:

Sharon Robards said...

Your mother in-law is gorgeous. I love that photograph.

mccardey said...

Isn't she? I love it, too...

Rufus Coppertop said...

That's your mother-in-law? Wow!

Time has no power to diminish true beauty and the best it can hope to do is mellow it a little.

Ari said...

What a beautiful lady! Probably quite talented, too, isn't she? What's she playing?

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful picture. Artists never die. Very inspiring. She's beautiful.

- Timmy V.

Mac said...

Oh good heavens - I should look so good at half her age! It's amazing to me how clearly who someone is can show on her face, and she looks like one of those people you just want to meet, you know?

Lisa Spangenberg said...

What a lovely photo, and such a charming smile.

Emil said...

A lovely photo of a lovely lady. Thanks for sharing it with us. :)

mccardey said...

Aww... I'm going to show her all these comments, just to watch her wriggle. She really is gorgeous though, isn't she?

Stephanie Train said...

This is absolutely fabulous! I would say things like "beautiful" and "classy," but those are all givens! Above all, this woman just plain ROCKS! I would like a guitar solo, please. How about Freebird? :)

Purple Rose said...

Love, LOVE this picture of your mother-in-law. I can see a spark, that something extra in her spirit, in her beauty, that also made my own mother-in-law so special. Great picture <3

David H said...

Pretty much the best grandmother ever hands down.

stephlet said...

and she makes a mean corn bread, too.

Luke & Shelley said...

What a gorgeous photo! Such beauty, grace and obvious talent!

Cornelia Shields said...

A wonderful photograph of a fine subject worthy of an artist's rendering. What is the sign she is making?