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30 March 2014

Mothering Sunday


to  Mothers everywhere

These flowers came via Interflora from my lovely stepdaughter. 
She's a ray of sunshine in my life. 
Thank you, Rosanne and Frank.
See you both very soon.


The flowers came complete with this white jug. 
What a fantastic surprise!


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15 comments:

Ranita Sinha said...

So beautiful Valerie..love the flowers and the jug..such a lovely gesture from your daughter..a lucky mom you are..

Jenny Woolf said...

Isnt' it lovely getting a bouquet of flowers, really is the kind of thing I would never buy for myself but I do love having them in the house and it is such a nice gift.

Montanagirl said...

The flowers are really beautiful, Valerie - Lucky you! I went and checked out the Dear Kyle letter and watched the video. Very COOL!!

Ron said...

HAPPY MOTHER'S Day, Valerie!

And that's right, I just looked on my calendar and saw that Mother's Day is celebrated today in UK, while here in the US it's in May.

What a beautiful and happy bouquet of flowers you received! And I love the jug!

Enjoy your day, dear lady!

X to you and Joe!

Brian Miller said...

ah that is beautiful...our mothers day is may 11 and we will be celebrating our mothers...and my wife...love the colors in that bouquet....i hope you feel honoured today

Valerie said...

I know, Ranita. I'm wondering if you have a Mother's Day in your country?

Mona, I'm glad you liked the Der Kyle letter.

Ron, my stepdaughter loses track being so far away. Nevertheless she never forgets me.

Brian, I do feel honoured. Hope when the time comes your wife has the same feeling.

Mersad said...

Lovely post Valerie. Mother's Day is still a bit away here.

DeniseinVA said...

How lovely Valerie, what a super bouquet from your very thoughtful stepdaughter and her hubby. HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!!!!

Dan the Mountain Man said...

They are so beautiful. I hope to get my mom a house and a daughter-in-law for Mother's Day this year. Still waiting on word for both of them.

HermanTurnip said...

I must admit that you made my heart stop. I thought I had missed Mother's Day, but then realized that Mother's Day in the UK falls on a different date than here in the States. Thanks for giving me a start! ;-)

Oh, and Happy Mother's Day! :-)

Ranita Sinha said...

You know Valerie I belong to a country where all the festivals of all religions are celebrated with same enthusiasm as we celebrate ours..We celebrate Christmas, we celebrate Eid, we have mother's day, father's day, Valentine's day, Women's day etc etc..In short you name it and we have it..laughs!

Valerie said...

Thank you, Mersad

Denise, they are lovely flowers... in a special position now, of course.

Thanks, Dan.

Sorry, Herman. Didn't intend to cause you grief... smiles.

Ranita, do you ever feel, like us, that there is no end to the amount of celebration days in a year?

Geraldine said...

Oh how lovely! and what a great vase to keep for other use, afterwards.

Your mother's day is much earlier there, ours is in May.

Hugs Val!

Mel said...

Wow...I can only hope the flowers we sent on to The Mum were as gorgeous! Gorgeous and so full of spring. Good choice!

CrystalChick said...

Of course, I missed it... being June now... but Happy 'belated' Mothering Sunday to you anyway. Beautiful flowers, a sweet and thoughtful gift that I'm sure you enjoyed for awhile.