Monday, May 11, 2009

Photo of the Week

Well, it's been awhile since I've posted and I have few excuses. We were away for a week visiting my husband's hometown and environs in Tennessee...and I spent another week recovering from the trip. I feel my days for long road trips are over!
But now we're back to normal and I had a lovely Mothers' Day. Although it was a very quiet day with just the two of us, I did get wonderful flowers from two of my children (the third one will visit soon, and she did call and chat) as well as my husband. Pictures below.....


12 comments:

Carla said...

So beautiful. You are lucky to get flowers. I didn't get any. My daughter and sil did come over though with a couple of small presents and then took us out to dinner.

Kerry said...

Happy mothers Day Mary O.! Beautiful flowers, it was the same here, the boys brought me flowers (:

JudiA said...

Isn't it wonderful to be loved by your children? You must be an awesome mom Mary. Thanks for sharing!

Shashi Nayagam said...

Mary the flowers are absolutely gorgeous. So very thoughtful of your kids to give you such beautiful flowers. The flowers you asked me about well, mine were rhodadendrons but what you got there in the vase are Peruvian lilies. They make wonderful cut flowers. I have got several shades in my garden. They will be blooming soon

Norma Soulet (AZArtist) said...

Happy to hear you had a lovely Mother's Day, Mary!
The floral arrangements are very lovely!

MaryO said...

Thanks, Shashi, I don't feel bad now about not knowing what those little white flowers are.
Hope everyone enjoyed their Mothers' Day!

Serena said...

Your Mother's Day flowers are beautiful, Mary!!!

Michelle Eaton said...

How beautiful! I love getting flowers :)

BumbleVee said...

beauties....in a beautiful sunny room... perfect....

Linda Fleming said...

Your flowers are gorgeous and look so beautiful sitting on the table with the sunshine coming through the window.

HElen said...

Beautiful, beautiful flowers!

Sandy said...

Wow gorgeous flowers. sounds like you had a good mother's day.