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Friday, May 17, 2013

Mother's Day

Since my daughter has her own children and a Mother-in-law who all need to have Mother's Day celebration, I chose to celebrate the day after on Monday.

We went to old town Glendale and had a wonderful little lunch at the Spicery,  A old home that was built in 1895 and turned into a tea house. Their rolls are melt in you mouth home-made. Afterwards we wandered down the street to a little shop that had such cute things....here are a few of them.
Old bedsprings with twinkle lights entwined
 
 Flower pot lamp
 


and this.................
 
she insisted I take one home and plant in it...
 Doesn't pay to argue with daughter:)
 
Afterwards we went to a surprise location and had a most unusual beet salad...It was a great day and I am blessed.
 


 
 
 in 1935 by the Brewster’s who added to it over the years. The home was built in 1895 by the Messenger family and was then purchased in 1935 by the Brewster’s who added to it over the years.
The home was built in 1895 by the Messenger family and was then purchased in 1935 by the Brewster’s who added to it over the years.

5 comments:

Nancy said...

Sounds like you had a relaxing day with your daughter.

I love the flower pot tree.

Michelle said...

Oh, I do love that flowerpot thing! I need one!

Granny Annie said...

Beautiful day for a beautiful pair. I wish my kids would have been able to come for Mother's Day.

Linda said...

What an awesome idea!!! I will remember the Monday following idea!!
Love the shops and I may have to do that lighted mattress springs! I can SO see that on the side of my house!!

Wool Winder said...

The best gift of all is spending time together.