Monday, 15 March 2010

Mother's Day, butterflies, daffodils.

It was Mother's Day here  in the UK yesterday, a day to set aside and celebrate Mums everywhere.  A day of special cards, Spring flowers and in my case, butterflies and as is traditional, daffodils too ... thanks kids xxx

It was a day to set aside and share with Mum,

... a day to remember Mums who are no longer with us ...

Our Gran holding Mum in the early 1940's

... a day to let our own Mum know just how special she is ...


... and of course, a day to share chocolate and cakes!

Mum with me and my younger sister Fiona, in the early 60's

Mum's five girls

... a day for happy family memories ...

Me with my daughter in 1983

...  a day to think about the next generation ...

With my son in the late 80's

... a day to know how much we are loved ...

Mum's ten grandchildren

... and a day to celebrate our future generations!

Maintaining a time honoured mother son tradition
 ... thanks son x

Wishing Mums everywhere a Happy Mother's Day!


  1. Thank you for the wonderful memories!

  2. You have such a beautiful family...Happy mothers day to you! I can't wait to celebrate mothers day here in the states with my mom...have a sweet week. Hugs, Jennifer

  3. Such beautiful Mother's Day sentiments. Sometimes due to the over commercialisation of it all we loose the true meaning amongst all the glitz and advertising. Your photos and words depict Mothers Day in a beautiful and special way. Am looking forward to Mother's Day here in May. Hope your day was special, hugs Robyn.

  4. Happy belated Mothers Day Paula! I'm not a Mum, so don't get this special treat!

    Hugs, Sarah x

  5. The Mother's Day tribute is great. Love Dewey too! So much talent...I enjoy just looking through all of your work. I may have to send your information to my husband for Christmas or Birthday gift ideas!


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