Happy Mother's Day, Helen.
and Happy Mothers Day to you! You are one heck of a great mom!
Happy Mother's day to you too Helen!
Aww, happy Mother's Day to you Helen. By the way Helen is also my mom's name! :o)
Amen :)Short Poems
smiles..it does matter...just finished grilling my mom some ribs...yum...happy mothers day!
A fitting tribute to the lady in the house. It can never be any better. Disregard the date! Great write Helen!Hank
Absolutely! I also have to comment on that lovely iron? horse on your header photo. It's amazing, quite beautiful artwork!
Oh my goodness, you have lots of amazing art pieces along the side of your posts! The snowman rocks and the man on the bench with is that a bird on his head? Cool!
Happy mother's day..my little note for the mother's day here.
And poor old UK's Union Jack gets left out, again!
Mothers and 'mothering' not smothering!thanks.
Indeed it is Helen. I like your flags and am happy to see that of my adopted country. Uh oh! No Union Jack!
All over the world! Wonderful!!
We are many people doing many tasks. But the most rewarding role I have had is surely being a mother to my girls.Thanks Helen!
Something to celebrate indeed....where would we be without our mothers!:-)
Wonderful! Indeed, a celebration of mothers is not to be missed.
I love this, Helen. I hope you had a great mother's day!!
Over here we celebrate Mothering Sunday a couple of weeks before Easter - a day when servants were sent home to spend time with their mother, they would have been needed to work over the Easter holiday itself.Hope you had a great day
that's cool that you connected this to mother's day. i totally missed that, even though i called the woman in the corn a mother....mmmm
It took a moment for me to get the Mothers Day connection. Of course, in Bend, the Magpie comes home to roost on Sunday while here it is already Monday and all the Mothers Day stuff has gone and we are looking at shop displays for Winter Solstice! Happy (belated) Mothers Day too.
Cool stuff, Helen! I know that Mother's Day in Denmark is "Mors Dag". There are collectible commemorative porcelain plates that are a beautiful blue.
Too true! We had our celebrations in March but, hey, I'm happy to go for it again!
Hope you had the best of Mother's Days.=)
I'm late making all the rounds but I hope you had a happy Mother's Day. I know I did. I like what you posted here. Thanks!