Happy Mother’s Day to Diane and Deb, as well as all you other mothers our there. It’s (incredibly) been six years since my mother died.
Jeff, Diane’s mother died three years ago, mine two years ago. We share your sorrow for your mother.
That’s just how I looked a few months after giving birth!
Happy Mother’s Day to Diane, Patti, and all the other Moms out there!
Deb, Happy Mother’s Day to you! You’ve done a great job raising your daughters!
Happy Mother’s Day, Diane! George had better treat you right today and every other day!
Jerry, I’m taking Diane out to a swanky restaurant for Mother’s Day. Patrick and Katie sent Diane beautiful flowers and cards!
Happy Mother’s Day to Diane, I hope she has a wonderful day and her children call, write or something to acknowledge the day. (Barbara’s daughters won’t remember, as usual). George, the dictionary defines “swanky” as “stylishly luxurious and expensive”. You must be feeling flush to spend all that dough. Good for you.
To Deb, Jackie and the Other Mothers out there, have a wonderful day.
Rick, Happy Mother’s Day to Barbara! Patrick and Katie will call Diane tonight (after we return from the swanky restaurant). Nothing is too good for Diane on her Special Day!
In reply to Jeff’s weather comment, it will be 88here today. Phew! Hotter than I like it.
Rick, we’re 72 degrees and sunny.
A belated Happy Mother’s Day to Diane, all other posters’ Mothers and all the other Moms out there!
Better late than never!
My mother was unlucky – because the people at the small hospital didn’t recognise the symptoms she died at 67 from leukemis, many years ago.
They had diagnosed “unknown stomach problems” when she couldn’t eat and when I took her to the university hospital in the city where I lived it was too late …
Wolf, sorry to hear about your mother’s mis-diagnosis. It happens over here, too.
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