Nothing makes Mother’s Day happy like stuffed brioche and Iron Man. We started with an amazing brunch at Mama Mia. Just looking at my family sitting there finally laughing, I realized, Oh my God, I am so thankful I’m here. Then, tears. “Seriously, Mom. If you cry, that would be WEIRD,” Livvie said. Too late. We SO needed a reset after being so taken back by more cancer treatment. That moment gave it to us. As a family, we might as well make the best of any time we have. So we talked about where to go from here. I love hearing the kids talk about what they want. Because most of the time, I want the same. That explains the three boxes of candy we devoured while watching Iron Man.
1- Livvie says I’m the best mom ever; I say: best daughter ever and nicest compliment ever.
2- Check out Brian making such a cool brunch choice – Mama Mia’s with chandeliers. That’s as close as I get to feeling like Liberace.
3- Brian said he wanted me to know how important I am to the family. Done.