5.09.2011

duplicitous daughter

i lied.  i did not go to the park and gorge on fruit yesterday.  i hopped on the train and surprised kalkatroonan mom, who was in turn lied to by kalkatroonana dad, who said he had to go out and pick up a surprise for her. brother beast came a-callin as well.  mom was in her fabulous color-filled garden, which could indeed be called a small forest.

brooklyn ain't got nothin on my momz.







and you can haz alcohol in this park.

happy momma's day, ma mere.  it was  So.  Much.  FUN!!!

8 comments:

  1. flowers? alcohol in the park? squee!

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  2. mmm that sounds and looks wonderful! It comes so easy to believe you had "so much. fun":)

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  3. >> julie: i thought you would enjoy them!

    >> reana louise: a private park no less :)

    >> magda: still smiling thinking about it!

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  4. That sounds amazing. ^_^ I'm so glad you had fun.

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  5. Best Mothers Day ever. And I'm not even a mother.

    "Hundreds of dewdrops to greet the dawn,
    Hundreds of bees in the purple clover,
    Hundreds of butterflies on the lawn,
    But only one mother the wide world over."
    - George Cooper

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  6. Very sneaky Oona-it was FUN!

    Everyone, what Oona doesn't tell you is that she does windowboxes really well, I would say they are the prettiest and most creative ones I've seen in the city.

    And she forgot to mention that she brought the most awesome chair on the train with her-I mean a chair!! A wonderful Mother's Day gift in all the colors of the world.

    BD--sweet poetry!

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  7. parental balloonaans in the house!!

    >> meg n: thank you & we did! eh, where did your blog go??

    >> big daddy: aw yeah, bringing the poetry noise back to the comments. classin' up the comments. that cooper could write.

    >> e: hah! the boxes are taking over the building. a couple walked past last night and the woman said "what a strange mix of flowers." then i saw her face go "eep" when she saw me smiling in the window.

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i thankya truly for taking the time to comment, i love a good conversation-- and hope you know my thanks are always implied, if not always written!