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Mothers’ Day 2012

My first mothers’ day flowers from my son…

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He did the colouring himself, and although he had assistance with the assembly, it doesn’t make them any less dear to a doting mother.

How was your mothers’ day?

I was greeted first thing in the morning by a big wet slobbery *Muuuuuuuak* right on the mouth from my son. Also from hubs, but with much less slobber.

And I had breakfast cooked for me by my lovely hubby…

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I feel food somehow tastes nicer when someone else cooks it for me.

Hope it was a good day for you too.

Comments

  1. awwwww... so sweet! Happy mommy's day, Serene!!!

    I agree with you about the food thing. it has to be from someone you love though! e.g. food at the restaurant sometimes does not measure up to my hope.

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  2. p/s i love slobbery kisses!!! =)

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  3. Yes, good caveat... it DOES have to be cooked by someone you love

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