Monday, April 11, 2011

Re: Phyllis Rainone Hader also commented on Lena Austin's note "Mother's Day".

@Phyllis RH-- Mom works in a spa. She gets pedicures free. However, the picture idea is pretty good. Thanks!
 

 

Lena Austin
http://www.LenaAustin.com
http://depravedduchess.blogspot.com




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Sent: Mon, April 11, 2011 1:22:15 PM
Subject: Phyllis Rainone Hader also commented on Lena Austin's note "Mother's Day".

Phyllis Rainone Hader also commented on Lena Austin's note "Mother's Day".

Phyllis wrote:
"how about brunch and a pedicure? and a pic of the two of you?"


Mother's Day

I have a dilemma. It will soon be Mother's Day, and I'm clueless what to give my
mother other than a whole day of togetherness. I haven't been able to see her
much since my DH died, and part of my gift will be a day of "girl time."
However, I feel like I should give her at least a token gift.


She has too many cosmetics and perfumes because she works in a spa. She doesn't
like knickknacks because she's a minimalist when it comes to decor. Flowers and
plants won't do because she despises gardening with a passion. The only cliche
left is candy, and that's not a bad thought, but it is cliche.


I know, I could just give her a gift card and take her shopping, but it seems
like I didn't even try to find a good gift. While I personally love gift cards
so I can shop guilt-free, she's my Mom. I want to show her some love, even if my
budget is tighter than a virgin's ass. (sigh) Any ideas?


What would you like to get on Mother's Day?

Lena Austin
http://www.LenaAustin.com
http://depravedduchess.blogspot.com

Friday, April 1, 2011

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