Friday, December 17, 2010

random christmas memories

7 comments:

FrankandMary said...

That last panel had me dropping a tear on my F key.

And she knew how much you loved her, Russ. Moms know. ~Mary oxoxo

Vickie said...

I hope my son remembers sweet things like that last memory. That would make a great Christmas card.

Anonymous said...

That last one makes up for velvet robes and all the rest. Agreeing with Mary about the knowing. -Cin

Chris said...

It's those tiny moments like that. I wonder which ones my kids will remember.

mrs. miss alaineus said...

those tiny little moments are the things i miss most about not having a real mother. what a beautiful tribute to your mom.


xxalainaxx

Debra said...

yes, it's confusing to kids to be thrust into a stranger's lap, and have him thrust his hairy face into yours and peal out with hearty "ho~ho~ho"s...esp when the kid's been told not to talk to strangers, and never never take candy from strangers {put that candy cane down, ya hear me now?}

almost 50 but not quite said...

aww. i love that last one. (bowing hea,d respectful moment of silence for our moms.)
tonight, i'll toast to them--here's to good moms! (and to great cartoons.)

oh, also, love "they were nice people, but i was still angry."