Tea, tea give us mums tea
Do you know I have just had a bit of a meltdown, all over nothing really and something that can me resolved. I didn't get mad or have a fight but my head just felt a bit overloaded. So what did I do? Just have a cup of tea and do you know, having a break and taking some time to just chill, well it did the job.
So my last gift tip for this coming Mothering Sunday is to go nowhere, take a bit of time to yourself. Treat yourself to some 'you' time. Send everyone else in the family out on a chore to just go and have a walk or fetch some milk then sit quietly with your favourite book or listening to some music and just chill. Even if it's just for twenty minutes or half an hour it will be so good for you. Who knows maybe the rest of the family will bring you a little treat back.
They may have been to a great florist shop down on a local park in Derby to buy a few flowers, that's my other gift tip, yes....two tip Tuesday. If you are local to the Derby area then pop to the craft village on Markeaton Park and see a florist called Suzy (oh that's me) and she will put together something lovely for your mum. Check out Suzy Blues Flowers Facebook page here: www.facebook.com/suzybluesflowers/
I do like to give myself a mention but I am there to help with anything you may need on a flowery theme and if you can't build yourself up then well thats just daft so buy flowers from me.....not at some supermarket!!! Remember a florist is a professional at what they do and they like a chat with their customers. I love getting to know my customers and I get to know what my regulars like, you don't get that at a big supermarket.
So that ends my tip top tips for Mother's Day......have good one whatever you do and spread that love. My love and hugs go out to those whose mums are no longer with us.....take some time and treasure those memories xx
Take care peeps and join me again tomorrow for What to Buy Wednesday.
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