Reading everyones blogs this morning it looks like all the ladies in the UK had a fantastic Mothers day yesterday which is good to hear.
Mothers day for me this year was very strange and I must admit a bit sad.
Although I lost my Mum 18 months ago I still found myself looking at cards for her and it is days like this that I miss her the most I think but it was also the first year that I haven't had any of my 3 around.
They all remembered of course with 2 of them sending cards and even my little one, who is in the USA at the moment, sent me a facebook message but it isn't the same as seeing them. Next year I'm going to stay with one of them.
Mr T and I did have a morning out on Saturday though. We had decided to have a walk around the beautiful walled garden at Felbrigg Hall, one of our local National Trust houses but sods law dictated that as soon as we parked the car it started to rain. We then decided to actually have a look around the house which neither of us had ever done and I'm so glad we did.
It's quite a small house compared to some but had some really quirky things in it.
How about a this for a bath.
I loved this beautiful lace cushion in the only room in the house that is relatively modern--1920's.
How about this handsome fellow on the neck of the stone jars in the kitchen.
And this left me totally speechless.
Then to the cafe for a cream tea before going home for the Rugby.
All in all a super day
and congratulations for any Welsh people out there.
See you all soon.