Mother's Day

It's Mother's Day on Sunday, so this is this month's blog carnival subject.
Well. Hm.
There's not really much I can say about Mother's Day. My mother wasn't particularly keen on this day. Maybe it was because she got tired of having to look for lots of little glasses for the bundles of daisies we plucked - it was so easy to get carried away on that big meadow near the woods.
Or maybe she just thought she was a mother 365 days a year and not just on a Sunday in May.

I can't remember if we ever prepared breakfast for her or if we drew special Mother's Day pictures for her (I've been told we did).
I can say however that we try to show her she's important to us throughout the year, but it's probably never enough.

Mom, I love you.

Have some daisies ;-)

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  1. That's so sunny and lovely, Cat. :)

  2. I think it's wonderful that you try to show your mother that she is important throughout the year. Mother's Day is nice, but we're moms all year round.

  3. What lovely everlasting Daisies! I'm sure any mother would be happy to wear those!

  4. I imagine your mother treasured every bouquet of daisies brought home to her by her children, even the wilted and crushed ones.

    Just like they treasure those lopsided and crooked school crafts projects the kids make with their own two little hands.

    Love that daisy chain, Cat. It's so bright and cheerful!