I happen to have the world’s greatest mom. No, really! My mama is probably the most generous, giving, helpful woman I’ve ever met. Even though this site is supposed to be Galloping Grace related, I still feel comfortable saying this. She has done a TON for the ranch. Just a few examples:
- It takes a great mom to work until the late hours at the Christmas Corral. We would often chuckle at the agony during the cold nights, but it didn’t stop her from helping out. If she wasn’t there with us, she would take the kids home.
- When generators were stolen from the stand, she bought a new one for GGYR.
- She has purchased numerous bags of senior feed, alfalfa pellets, etc.
- She paid for a whole year’s worth of storage fees for the box containing pumpkin stand/Christmas Corral items.
- There isn’t a more friendly pumpkin seller!
- So much more!
I’m sure there have been quite a few people touched by the kindness and generosity of my mom, Julie. Mom, I love you!!! Happy Mother’s Day. I hope you felt the love and appreciation in the taquitos and refried beans, from a box and a can, I made for your special dinner.
And even though Max’s mom doesn’t have a computer to read posts, Happy Mother’s Day to her as well. We sure lucked out in the helpful mom dept. Donna is a very dedicated seamstress for GGYR and has made many, many items for our Country Store and Auction Dinners. Thank you so much, Donna. We love you.
An extra gift I just gave my mom–I uploaded a really cute picture of her and my girls at the Christmas Corral. Then I recalled that she dislikes her picture taken as much as I. Yep, I deleted it. What a daughter, huh?