Saturday, March 27, 2010

Encore showing with Mama

Finally I have wifi access while we overnight in a cabin high up in the mountains on the way to see some land over in Snowflake.  It's been a hectic 2 days since we landed in Tucson and no car of own yet so finding wifi hasn't been simple.  Mostly we have been at Martha's or at Mama's with some great thrift stores in between.  Mama is doing better...a change of meds seems to have flattened her, but when we took her outside on the second morning for a scarf show of the last batch, she perked up and even tipped her hat more and posed for the camera before the scarves came out.  Isn't she a beauty?
She chose the first scarf shown for her own and it really went with her clothing of the day and the blue of her eyes.  She had been hot in her sweater and this scarf seemed the perfect weight for her.  She put on a few more airs.  Yeah, Mama!  Such spirit.
Checking out the card and brochure...all seemed new to her.
My sister Martha got into the modeling too and picked out a couple of scarves which enhanced her outfit.  It was such a joy to share with them.

Bed calls...it will be a busy day tomorrow and I'll be taking heaps of photos, but no cable with me to get them in computer until I get back to Tucson.  Can't do everything, right?

6 comments:

Jeane said...

wonderful photos of your mom - safe travels :)

Faiza Khan said...

Best of luck!

Lovely adorable pictures of your mom's photo shoot.

Maggie Neale said...

Hello Jeane and Fiaza...happy to find your visits here this morning. On to a continuing adventure...wishing a successful adventure to you both.

Blue Sky Dreaming said...

Wonderful photos of your mom and sister and also not to be forgotten your beautiful scarves. The weather looks perfect...safe and happy days!

Sarah said...

hello maggie.. the weather looks lovely .. better than here(south uk) its still not very warm at all even with sun..! lovely photos of your family.. have a wonderful time with them,best wishes..
sarah x

Maggie Neale said...

Tucson's weather is spectacular this late March, and the extra rains have really brought out the wild flowers. Blue skies!