even a visit to the seaside (let's hope the weather stays calm now!) to celebrate the day - enjoy..
Flowers, are always lovely to receive on Mother's Day. This year I have decided to produce three arrangements:
a lovely chunky basket filled with flowers and foliage, the rather gorgeous and every popular Spring Delight
bouquet with a florists choice of spring flowers and gorgeous scented foliage, and finally a sweet smelling posy.
So where did Mother's Day come from. A quote from a BBC website reads as follows:
The first Mother's Day celebrations can be traced back to the ancient Greek Festival dedicated to Rhea, the Mother of the Gods. In England, it was in the 1600s when the phrase "Mothering Sunday" was first coined. In Christianity, Mothering Sunday is the fourth Sunday of Lent.
Today we just celebrate the fact that we have lovely Mum's to spoil for a day..
Whatever you choose to do for your Mum - have a wonderful day.