Well this mother’s day I didn’t get a weekend away but I am thinking of doing that around tax time!
The day was spent relaxing and I made breakfast for all of us. Just standard scrambled eggs, garlic mushrooms and sausages with toast, juice and coffee.
My husband was doing some updates on the site as in the first week of launching we had over 1000 visits – so thank you for reading! We couldn’t have done it without you! He needed to migrate the site, along with a few other sites onto a new server to speed things up. Don’t ask me how he did it. When he talks tech stuff I just generally switch off.
So I guess I could say I got free IT support as my Mother’s Day present! You could also say that I broke the internet (my own at least) without resorting to covering my naked body in baby oil and balancing a martini glass on my behind – nobody really needs to see that!
I am also learning how to ride a bike. I have a lovely new cruiser (eggplant coloured) – I know it’s pretty pitiful for a 30 year old not to know how to ride a bike! I am hoping when I am competent that we can all go riding together and see all the tracks Moreton Bay has to offer!
We also played soccer (football my husband corrects me!) and my daughter and I played for hours along with using some hoops (from her Wobbly Worm game) to act as a little course where she could kick the ball along in different directions. I find that out of all of the activities we do together, she just loves to run outside and kick the ball with her mummy and daddy. Proof that kids don’t need fancy activities and play centres to be entertained!
All in all it was a great day! I had a few cups of coffee – I got to enjoy the sun and exercise with my family and close the day watching Ali Wong – this was her second major stand-up special on Netflix and I have to say she is one of the funniest comedians I have ever watched. I won’t give too much away but it was a great special and she was pregnant again – proof that women and mothers can do anything!
What did you do this Mother’s Day? I’d love to hear!