Mother’s Day, Down Under, 2015
Today, May 10, is Mothers Day…and a cold wet day it is.
Another 48 points of rain fell over night.
We were destined for a family lunch today,
however, with offspring working odd hours or
attending church services that ran well beyond
our normal lunch hour,
our luncheon gathering has been turned into a dinner date.
This year’s outing will be different to
past Mother’s Day outings as it will be the first time a
PDIL has been on the scene.
Potential Daughter In Law…
commonly known as a girlfriend.
We are looking forward to a pleasant Mother’s Day outing
with our ‘free fooders.‘
Image via/courtesy of Number One son’s Facebook page, 2014.
Which leaves me wondering if I need a credit card tonight
when they take their Mother out for Mother’s Day.
Time will tell!
I wish all other Mums around the world
a Happy Mother’s Day,
this year, also.
Mother’s Day, Down Under, 2014
Today, May 11, is Mothers Day…Down Under! Last year it was breakfast with the offspring on the Saturday morning before Mother’s Day.
This year no such luck. It was deemed, by Number One, that it was Number Two’s turn to ‘shout’ breakfast. As our youngest works on Saturdays breakfast didn’t happen this year. Of course our eldest, who I sometimes think has spiders in his pockets missed out on the ideal opportunity to win brownie points with Mother, and more importantly…a cheap breakfast shout!
So being at the proverbial ‘loose end’ someone suggested that MGW and I go out for lunch on Mother’s Day. After some negotiation regarding venue and time, a 1.30 PM lunch was approved by MGW and yours truly. Then a voice said, ‘the kids could probably come after church if lunch is that time!’ And so it was. All of us together again. A relatively rare occasion and an enjoyable afternoon. So interesting to watch our offspring’s attitudes change and mature.
Now back to ‘shouting’. As I said Number Two could not shout breakfast on Saturday, due to work commitments, so MGW and I (plus 2) booked a table at a nearby eatery for Sunday lunch. Some things just don’t change… Ah well! Thank goodness for credit cards. Definitely worth it.
Image via/courtesy of Number One son’s Facebook page.
All in all we had a very pleasant Mother’s Day.
I hope all other Mums around the world had a Happy Mother’s Day, this year, also.