Mother’s Day

You see today has many mixed feelings for so many people.

Every mother and child has a unique relationship, some people no longer have their Mums, some Mums no longer have their children, some mums will never know their children, some people are trying to have children and the list goes on and on.

In our very commercialised world the shops want to sell us lots useless things to make money, don’t get me wrong some of the things are lovely but 90% is absolute rubbish that will get put in a draw after a month and sit there forever more.

Today I had breakfast made for me in bed, where we all sat together eating and chatting. A selection of flowers picked from the garden and brought to me in a vase. My son and I made my Mum a cake. I made afternoon tea for my Mum, my step Dad, the children and my husband. Mum and I went on a walk – the boys came along on their bikes. We watched the Grand Prix and laughed a lot.

THIS IS what matters doing things together making the memories to always cherish, because when we can longer have them we can look back and remember all the wonderful times we had together.

I am truly thankful at what I have and don’t take it for granted for one moment.


Published by Tamsin Jones

Life is a journey, treasure it..... #myadventure 🇬🇧 Working Mum & Wife My passion is to explore

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