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MOTHER'S SUNDAY to all you Mums. I hope you have a great day.
Over here we celebrate Mothering Sunday in March ( That just happens to be 9 months after Fathers Day)
I just hope you hubby and/or partners treat you right.
Me I have always given my wife a Mothers Day present in gratitude for her love and care she has given to my child (and me for that matter)She reckons it's just I like giving pressies. Could be, I give Christmas, St Valentine's, Easter, Birthday, anniversary and happy presents. These are for days when she feels a bit down. Maybe I'm a latent Father Christmas, no I just love giving.

Giving is always more fun than getting.
(presents, punches etc)

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awwwwwwwwwww

gee thanks Sussexman.
Happy Mum's Day to your better half also.

The kids are all coming over and I get to cook for 10 people and clean up after them all.

Thanks,
Elsie ./.

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something wrong here

You don't do nothing on Mother's Day.
You should be feted and waited on. Let them there 10 folk do the cooking and clearing up. You'll have to get them better trained ready for next year's Mother's Day.


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