SWEET TEA

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Small things.

I picked some roses from my garden today,
placed them in a vase and gave them
to Mom to keep in her room.

I thought she would like them.

Who knew she would LOVE them?!
Sometimes it really is the small things that make such a difference.

11 comments:

Susie said...

The small things can be great things to some. Your mommy love you. Do you remember picking dandelions for her? xoxo, Susie

Laurie M said...

oh my, to be able to pick roses in May, I live in the wrong country, lol, you are such a good daughter, I'm glad she loved the roses, happy spots are few and far between some days,

Jeanie said...

Aww, your mom is so lucky to have you to do little things for her that you know she will like, or love.

Nonnie said...

Small? I think you are making such a big difference in your Mom's life and well-being. We are seeing proof in your posts about her. You're a sweet daughter.

Tammy said...

Little gestures and the smallest of things mean so much to so many. What a wonderful daughter you are to do something so sweet and to take care of your Mom with what she is going through!! Hugs.

Linda said...

I agree with Nonnie! You are making a huge difference in the life of your mom. I know it's not always easy. My mom lives with one of my sisters and she is convinced that daughter does not like her! It's usually the primary caregiver that gets the brunt of any conflicts! I am so glad Mother had more than ONE daughter!!

Joyce said...

I completely agree. It is the small things that make the world a nicer place. How fortunate you are to have roses! We don't even have leaves on our trees yet.

arkie said...

So sweet and thoughtful! We send flowers to my husband's mother in a nursing home. She isn't suppose to get real flowers, but they make an exception in her case. She loves real flowers as they remind her of her past gardens.

Mari said...

I can't believe you have roses like that blooming now! They are beautiful!

Mary said...

Oh, I agree. What can seem like a small gesture, can actually be a great one. Your thoughtfulness touched your mother's heart, made her feel loved and special.

Marsha Young said...

Sometimes small gestures demonstrate great big amounts of love.
Blessings to you - Marsha

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