Tuesday, 24 March 2009

Mothers Day

We spent Mothers day at Nymans National Trust House and Garden. It was a beautifully warm sunny day but I was not feeling very well from my cold, so I'm dressed as though its six foot of snow. The gardens were full of plants in flower: Daffodils, Camellia, Magnolia, Fritillery and Rhododendrons. We wandered at our leisure admiring the views and then chose a bench in the sun to picnic on. It was a lovely day, just what a Mummy needed - sunshine and flowers. I hope your weekend was good too. Jane x

6 comments:

Willow said...

Beautiful day to spend in a beautiful place with your beautiful family!

The Blonde Duck said...

Ya'll are so cute! Those flowers are gorgeous!

LauraRN said...

Beautiful Flowers and Trees!! You are ahead of us into Spring. Love the pictures!!

Kaz said...

Glad you had a good day despite being under the weather. Fab photos Jane.

xxx

louise said...

I can't tell you how many times we have driven past Nymans and never ever visited. Really must make the effort one of these days. So nice that the weather held out for you on Mother's Day. I can see you had a lovely day with your family. x

raining sheep said...

I am so stunned at all the flowers. We had 30 cm of snow on Sunday last week, snow on Wednesday and more snow last night...I can honestly say that there is not a single live flower anywhere near me unless you count the ones in the flower shop. Glad to see you had a great mother's day.