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Mothers Day Nursery Field Trip

May 8th, 2011.  CD9.

No, not that nursery.

The one across the street with the pretty flowers.

The husband and I took advantage of the warm, sunny day and took our poor dog for a nice long afternoon walk.  Our little jaunt took us over to the local nursery, where we picked up a basil plant and a couple of strawberry pots, and then over to the neighborhood frozen custard stand to secure a little after-dinner treat.

We spoke with the Moms on the phone, and made sure they received the silly cards we sent.  We did our duty by our own mothers, and after we grill a lovely steak dinner (with fresh basil couscous!), we’re going to get started on this month’s attempt at making me a mother.

What?  TMI?

Here’s some photos of some pretties to make it up to ya.

Enjoy.

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3 comments on “Mothers Day Nursery Field Trip

  1. Justine
    May 8, 2011 at 8:51 pm #

    so beautiful! I hope that next Mother’s Day finds you in a place where your dream has come true.

    Like

  2. BreAnna
    May 8, 2011 at 8:55 pm #

    Haha! Fingers crossed that this is the month. Sounds like a lovely day.

    Like

  3. zygotta
    May 9, 2011 at 1:42 pm #

    good luck, cycle buddy 🙂

    Like

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