5.) The perfect Mother’s Day consists of…
Well Mama Kat’s make me think about Mother’s Day a bit early but with lots of time for my husband to read this and hopefully get his plans in place C:
This is what a saddo I am.
I have a confession to make, I love being at home and it doesn’t take much to make me happy.
I used to think that this was the most boring state in the world (I also had someone telling me that yes, this was very boring ergo I was very boring) but now I think it just means that I’m content in my life.
That’s a pretty good thing.
My perfect Mother’s Day would therefore start at home with a really good espresso delivered (in bed) to me so that I could read my latest book for at least 30 minutes uninterrupted.
My perfect day would be sunny and all of my laundry would not only be done but put away.
I would have the week’s clothes picked out and a meal made for our crazy Monday nights.
The three of us would go to the Farmer’s Market where I would indulge in MANY macaroons and a pizza from the wood burning pizza oven guy.
The husband would then surprise me by buying a large bunch of flowers and we’d walk around for awhile so that small one could talk to everyone she meets and run a bit of energy off.
When we got home a gorgeous baked chicken would be waiting, as would a very chilled glass of Veuve Cliquot.
We’d toast each other, eat dinner and small one would go to bed early so that we could have a real conversation.
I know. Boring but that’s how I roll C:
What’s your perfect Mother’s Day?