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Q: How’s your Mother’s Day rush going?
A: It’s been a wild couple of weeks and we’re almost done! I’m super proud of the team andeverything they did this holiday to help bring smiles to Mom’s across the country. So, justlike last year, we are going to provide a teammate pictorial. Wishing all theMoms, Grandmothers, Aunt’s, Sisters and everyone else the happiest Mother’s Day!
Jason with his mother Sylvia and a rock she gave to him when he moved from theMidwest to California with no clue of what he was going to do. (P.S. He taps the rocktwice every day before he comes to the office. We think he might have a touch ofOCD, but we’re not sure.)
Jenny and her mom, Linda on a “girls’ trip.”
Lorena and her mom, Maria on Christmas Eve.
Lorena and children Alexis and Anthony.(Anthony not smiling because the Padres lost!)
Happy Mother’s Day to three generations of Mom’s.Malou’s Mom Virginia, daughter Tracy and Malou.
Tracy with the fourth generation. Welcome baby Sloane!
Jennifer with her dad Armando, mom Marcy, brother Armando Jr. and sister Madison.(Don’t think the guy with the ears is a family member!)
Jennifer and sons Manny and Evan.
April with sons Justice and Marshallon a very windy day in northern California.
Delia says, “thank you mama Teresa for your love and care.Feliz Dia De Madres!”
Robin, her mom Madeline, Aunt Vickie and cousin Kristiecelebrate the first day of spring in Palm Desert.
Stephanie with daughter Autumn and son Johnny (J.J.)
Anna reminds us that some of our “kids” are fur kids. She is pictured with her (huge)babies – Kourou and QiQi which, translated into English, mean Miracle and Meatball.
Just a few of the 24 “critters” who call Joan “Mom.” L to R – Vivien Leigh, Delilah,Steve French, and Joan with Erin and Jasmine.