Girls Write Out
Thursday, May 07, 2009
Colleen's already mentioned our mothers, but I was thinking today about my mother and for some strange reason my mind went off on a trail of wondering which TV character my mom most reminds me of, and well, as you can see, she reminds me of Lucy. 

That should tell you something right there.

Now, she wasn't as accident prone and she didn't get herself into those weird circumstances, but sometimes my mom can say the darndest things. Let me just say there are books waiting to be written . . . .

Let me take this moment to say I love her dearly and I'm thankful for all she's done for me!

So how about you? What TV character or movie character does your mother most remind you of--and if you want to share this, tell us why. :-)

Happy Mother's Day to every one of you moms out there! Thank you for all you do to make your family--and as a result, the world--a better place!

God bless you all!!!
Diann Hunt  
posted at 8:00 AM  
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At 9:54 AM, Blogger Beverly said...

Fun question, Diann! My Mom was quiet, worked hard at home and at her job...I am thinking put Ma Ingalls but more in the 1950's as one of Lucy and Ethel's friends.

BTW, I am just pages away from finishing re-reading Hot Flashes and Cold Cream, and have loved it again! Maggie still teaches me!

Have a great day!

At 10:10 AM, Blogger Diann Hunt said...

Oh, Beverly, you're so sweet! Thank you for that encouragement today!!

Your mom sounds wonderful!

At 3:35 PM, Blogger Sue said...

My Mom always reminded me of a cross between June Cleaver (the quintessential 1950's housewife) and Carol Brady (minus Alice). We had 6 kids growing up and our house was always busy and chaotic, yet my Mom seemed to always hold it together and we always felt loved and cared for. It's times like this I miss her most but I'm SO glad she is whole and happy in Heaven!

At 9:10 AM, Blogger Pam S. said...

My mom taught elementary and junior high art, social studies, and science for 30 years. She was a fantastic teacher and a good artist. She is still a great person: funny, full of fun ideas, supportive, kind, and stylish at 83. She has the gift of hospitality and generosity. She calls me once a week--and has done that every week since I moved to Turkey 20+ years ago. I have one great mom! This summer we'll be in the States with her for two whole weeks! Cool, huh?! Yay!!!!

At 9:11 AM, Blogger Colleen Coble said...

My mom would be June Cleaver!

At 3:59 PM, Blogger Kristin said...

Hmm. I think my mom is June Cleaver and I am Roseanne Barr.

At 4:15 PM, Blogger Trekkie4Ever said...

Do you remember the show Alice? My mom was a single mother just like her and worked like a slave to keep me and my sisters fed, clothed etc. However, unlike Alice my mom made sure that we knew the Lord.

So, maybe my mom was a combination of Olivia Walton and Alice.


At 5:33 PM, Blogger Diann Hunt said...

Wow, Leticia, what a neat thing to say about your mom!

Kristin, you are so NOT Roseanne Barr!

I'm surprised at all the June Cleavers. I didn't think anybody dressed like that for dinner! *g*

At 6:49 PM, Blogger Kristin said...

Okay, well in truth, my mom didn't cook so well, and she dressed badly, but she was nice like that and always shoving food I didn't want in my face.

If not Roseanne Barr, then I'm Bernie Mac. : )

At 4:51 PM, Blogger Trekkie4Ever said...

Diann, I could write a book on my mom. She is my greatest inspiration. She is indeed my heroine. She suffered and worked so hard for me and my sisters and I regret so many things I put her through.

Thank GOD! For her fervent prayers or I wouldn't be here today.


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