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Monday, May 12, 2008

Cherry Tree

Mother's Day has been interesting the past few years. I want the day to be about my mom. But I also want recognition from my own little family about this role of "MOMMY" that has taken over my life. Lucky for me, Brian outdid himself for Mother's Day. A day later, I'm still impressed and feel special. It is hard to believe this is the same man who gave me a rain check on Valentine's Day. I did give several reminders that Mother's Day was coming up- for my own sake and his mother's sake. I clearly stated that I didn't want any gadgetry or electronical equipments. I wanted something from his heart, a note or sentimental something. I wish I wasn't shocked, but he delivered more than I expected! He wrote me a sweet letter and he bought me a tree, similar to the picture above. He wanted soemthing that would bloom every year around Mother's Day. I love those dark pink cherry blossoms...



Anonymous said...

That was sweet....and you can enjoy the tree all year long especially when in bloom.
Sounds like you had a great Mother's Day!

E and T said...

I love the fact that this is a gift that will keep on giving. How perfect for mother's day. It's beautiful.

I'm happy to read that you had such a memorable and special day.

Warmest wishes

Little Sweethearts said...

What an extraordinay gift! This is probably the most original idea I've ever read.

I wonder what he'll give you next year and what you'll be giving him for father's day??? There's still some time left to think about it...


Lisa said...

That is so sweet! What a beautiful tree too. I hope yours grows really big - again, too sweet. My husband does really bad for most holidays and then once in awhile he will make up for all of them. Never a tree, though!


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