Mothers’ Day

Mothers’ Day. Another commercial holiday invented by card companies to make you buy their cards? Sure, but also a great moment to reflect on the good things you’ve shared with your mother over the years and to celebrate her among family and friends. I’ve had an amazing friendship with my mum throughout my life, and I count myself really lucky to be able to say that. So, to celebrate my mum on Sunday, I made dinner and a beautiful cheesecake, lit a cosy fire, popped open some bubbles and watched the wonderful Pride and Prejudice BBC miniseries with her for the thousandth time.

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One thought on “Mothers’ Day

  1. Anonymous

    Imagine being this awesomely lucky mum! It’s me, it’s ME, somehow blessed with a beautiful, savvy and talented daughter. How much joy you bring to all those who know and love you.

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