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    Hello,

    I hope everyone has a lovely, relaxing Mothering Sunday.

    xxx

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    Happy Mother's Day to everyone. Had grandson to stay last night so lots of cuddles and fun this morning. Beautiful flowers from both my girls. Very happy mummy here

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    My Mother's Day gets hijacked with my birthday being so close. My lads live a distance away ( 2/4 hours drive) so they usually come home for my birthday and not Mother's Day. In all my mothering years I have spent Mother's Day with my mother in law and face timed/ Skyped sons once they left home.
    Today I prepared for a little reflection as MiL died last year and planned a long walk with DH where we would inevitably chat about his mum and the boys...
    But this morning I receive a text to say youngest is on his way via motorbike with some fresh farmers veg in his bike box for a Mother's Day Sunday Dinner. Our family don't do surprises usually so this was very unexpected.
    DH has now gone off to a local farm to get a joint as our plan was a picnic out today. He is in preparing a dinner mode now which I suspect will override any MD sadness, just what he needed really.
    So a nice unexpected afternoon now planned and time this morning to read my new book from oldest, Everywoman by Jess Phillips. The Quote on the blurb is " We're women and we kick-ass.And that's the truth." Well chosen for me for Mother's Day.

    Happy Mother's Day to you all, hope you are all getting a little bit of spoiling.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loocyloo View Post
    Hello,

    I hope everyone has a lovely, relaxing Mothering Sunday.

    xxx
    I told DH what I'd most like was for dinner to be cooked for me so I could relax. I do all the cooking so a big treat for me. He is hard at work in the kitchen with my kids (4 and 6 yo) making a chocolate cake and then macaroni cheese for dinner. Happy Mummy!

    Hope you're all being spoilt.

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    Spent a perfect day in the Big Smoke. DH arranged for both Uni sons to get trains up/down to meet us there. The sun was shining and it was a wonderful day. Just home. Tired but happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loocyloo View Post
    Hello,

    I hope everyone has a lovely, relaxing Mothering Sunday.

    xxx
    Well I took ds to football even of he could only watch.

    Spent the day just relaxing my and the eldest dd have sorted through lots of paperwork very satisfying 😂😂

    DH has cooked tea so all in all a very peaceful Sunday
    When someone tells you nothing is impossible, tell them to go slam a revolving door

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    It was my birthday on Friday, then mothers day.
    Daughter and her boyfriend came to stay for the whole week, they spent a couple of days visiting friends and shopping in London and Brighton but were around a lot too.
    I got a lovely Project life journaling set and some lovely tulips from her. Son doesn't do presents normally but with her here he had no excuse to avoid shopping! he did good a card he wrote some lovely words in and a 'thankful journal' and pen from paperchase (using daughters blogger discount! )

    Hubby said he didn't know what to get me for my birthday - no change there then! I told him he had done very well as I had ordered some art markers - quite a few actually as they were in the sale , a handbag and a travel bag.

    all of us were out for dinner Friday and yesterday I was in London with a friend seeing Marti Pellow

    It's been a good weekend for me
    Happy to be back with the Greenies

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    Oh Pixie Petal I used to love Marti Pellow! How was he?

 

 

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