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Tag Archives: Mother’s Day
You are never far from my mind, How can you not be When the face that looks back at me Is you. My eyes are your eyes, The crinkles at the corners, The flecks, and that sparkle When they catch … Continue reading
For all of us in the UK, did you remember to put your clocks forward an hour? Today is the start of BST, British Summer Time. Maggie has her own clock. For weeks she’s been waking up that little bit … Continue reading
My thanks to Rachel whose post inspired me to write this. Please visit her blog and read her post, it’s truly beautiful. https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/77453275/posts/1791929933 Although I spoke to Mum several times before she died, the last time I actually saw her … Continue reading
I’ve been making cards today as I have a couple of significant birthdays and anniversaries coming up later in the year. It seemed a little weird not having made a Mother’s Day card as tomorrow is going to be the … Continue reading
Today in the UK it’s Mothering Sunday. It is more than likely that my sister will take Mum out to lunch to the club next door as she does every year, where they, and my nieces, can enjoy a family … Continue reading
It was a positively glorious morning first thing! So much so that I (almost) leapt out of bed, got washed and dressed, then took the dog out for an hour before breakfast. The pontoon was a white carpet of frost … Continue reading