We are directly responsible for Mother’s day. We were born and hence created a mother.
Therefore, as you can clearly see, our importance on Mother’s day is essential.
As we are literally the “Gift that keeps on giving”, what I really want to know is…
“What mothers actually want on Mother’s day?”
I am throwing it out to you to let me know, for although I have been responsible for the motherhood of my Mother for all my life I remain uncertain about what Mothers really want on Mother’s Day.
So if you feel inclined to add a comment by clicking on the speech bubble at the end of this post and sharing with me and other readers what Mothers really want on Mother’s day (or at any other time) I would love to hear from you. I would also love to summarize this information in a later post to ensure that future generations of “Mother Makers” such as myself will be able to properly reward the Mothers of the future with the choicest gifts.
If you would also like to share any story on a post of your own and add a link here I would be delighted to share!
Here is a gallery of my flower related posts from my blog for all the Mothers out there who like flowers on Mothers’ Day
Tulips in Versailles
Now a charming garden, the Square du Vert-Galant has had a gruesome history.
Last of the autumn flowers in the Luxembourg Gardens.
Windmill in Brittany – A lucky snap from a coach companion resulted in this fantastic photo.
I took this photo at Magdalen College, Oxford one glorious summer. The gate promises wonderful adventures beyond.
At the back of the Grand Trianon we stumbled upon this charming garden in April and took quantities of snaps in the sunlight.
Nikko in spring and the cherry blossoms we just at the height of their transient beauty.
I snapped this lucky shot in April in Paris with les Invalides in the background. A wonderful day!
Cascading blossom reveal a glimpse of the cathedral on a cloudy day in spring.
Rumour has it that Mother’s like flowers on Mother’s Day…but do they really? Have your say!
This faun frozen in a musical reverie I snapped in the Jardin du Luxembourg
The last hurrah of Autumn in the Jardin du Luxembourg.
This wonderful Lavender boarder led the way to a charming restaurant on the Victorian coastline in Australia
Getting on the train these days is like visiting a country garden on steroids. Hair smells of rich and exotic blooms and all the perfumes of Arabia and everywhere else vie for dominance in the carriage.
I saw and photographed these lovely flowers in the Place Monge markets one April in Paris.
Your Christmas Getaway – Feeling a little down this December? Why not rent Vaux le Vicomte and flee to France. Don’t bother telling your family and friends. You can always claim you were abducted by aliens if they ask any questions.