Yesterday was a beautiful Mother’s Day, I was so blessed to be able to spend most of my day with my son.
My son is my special gift from God, the one thing in my crazy up and down life that I got right. He is special, a good and decent human being, and oh I love him so. Jim is so very good to me, unconditional love.
Since my mother has gone to be with the Lord, my sister plays a huge part in my life. I was thankful to be able to spend some time with her as well on this beautiful day.
Also received Mother’s Day wishes, with love, from my nieces, and to end my wonderful day, a call from my sweet brother.
Every Mother’s Day I try to reach out to friends to let them know they are appreciated, especially single moms, what an unbelievably difficult job they have!
Many times I have mentioned my lack of extra money, so I try to make simple gifts, costing very little, whenever I can.
This year I decided on note cards with a personal touch.
My cards were made from photos I have taken over the years. Photos from vacations, family gatherings, special visits, or celebrations.
The cards were so very easy to make. Simply select the photos you like, tweak if necessary, lightening them up or cropping, and print out on white card stock.
I cut them down to a 4 x 6 note card size and folded. Purchased envelopes, and finished up by tying with ribbon or twine.
The note cards were just so fun to make. Looking through all the photos I have saved over the years gave me endless ideas. A personal gift for so many occasions, for so many people in my life.
What fun around the Christmas season tied up in a bright red ribbon!
Maybe I am old-fashioned, but in this tech world we have lost something by not actually writing and sending letters and notes. Love going to the mailbox and finding a card or a note from folks in my life. Too busy, everyone is just too busy!
I love when a gift comes back, I just received a warm call from one of those single moms who received her cards, a former co-worker. She loved them!
Hope your Mother’s Day was as special as mine, filled with love.