Regular visitors to this blog will know that since the first of December I have been creating a Christmas Poem everyday for you up until Christmas Day. Today I want to share with you a Christmas Poem that you could write in a Christmas Card and give to your beautiful mum. It’s always nice to add that personal touch, it is so much more precious and meaningful. So today’s little poem is short enough to go into your Mum’s Christmas Card. I made this poem especially for my own Mum’s Christmas Card, which I also designed too. I hope you like it and please feel free to use it in your Christmas Card for your lovely mum this Christmas and I am also very happy for you to share this with others. Lots of love Clarabelle.
Happy Christmas Mum
Christmas red berries
bring much love to you.
Because you are special
the whole year through.
Much love to you Mum
on this Christmas Day
I love you forever
forever and a day.
Created by Clarabelle, 9 December 2013
Below is a link to the personalised Christmas Card I designed for my Mum:
It’s my lovely Mum’s birthday today, she is 71 years young and looks wonderful on it too. 🙂 I love birthday celebrations, lots of smiles, hugs, fun and laughter……and of course, yummy birthday cake too!!
Below is a little poem I created this morning, which I will write on the inside of the birthday card I give to my mum today. Looking forward to celebrating this special day with my mum and the rest of the family.
Happy Birthday to my Beautiful Mum
to my beautiful mum.
You’ve always been,
my number one.
So lovely and caring,
a heart made of gold.
Your hugs warm me up,
when I’m feeling cold.
Such a loving touch,
and engaging smile.
Your words of wisdom,
walk the happiness mile.
So may today,
be so special for you.
I love you mum,
May your birthday dreams come true. 🙂
I am 10 weeks into my 16 week marathon training programme and my long runs at the weekend can be quite challenging. Yesterday, I had to do a 16 mile run, this took me about 2 hours and 45 minutes. I stopped taking music with me on these runs and I now use the time to ponder, think and reflect on whatever comes up for me at that time – very often these thoughts turn into a blog post, just like today.
My running routes are through my local town and often take me into other connecting villages and towns. Yesterday I found myself running in the village of Carfin that I was brought up in and where my mum lives.
Whilst running up hill towards my mum’s home I thought about the times when I visit her and then a sad thought came over me, one day I will not be visiting my mum in her home, because one day my mum and just like the rest of us will not be here. I didn’t ponder this for too long because I didn’t want to make myself feel too sad. I suppose that is life and that is the reality of it all but it did make me think about me really wanting to spend quality time with my mum whilst she is here and whilst I live so close to her. I then immediately thought of all the nice things we could do together, places we could go and visit, conversations we could have, holidays we could go on…..lots of special time together. So I now have a little plan of action to put all of this into place.
Sometimes in life without even realising it we can take our loved ones for granted, especially when everything is going well with their health etc.. My run towards my mum’s house yesterday made me really think about that, I want to spend as much quality time with my mum as I can and I will and I look forward to sharing those lovely fun stories with you on this blog.
If this post has made you think about a loved one, please give them a phone, visit them, drop them an email or text…..just connect with them and let them know you are thinking about them and are there for them, it will make you and that person feel great today.
Wishing you a beautiful day filled with love and happiness, Clarabelle
It is Mother’s Day here in the UK and I want to send out a beautiful blessing to all the wonderful Mother’s out there, who bring much love and abundance to this world. This next poem is dedicated to my own beautiful mum, to your mum too and indeed, if you are a mum. Wishing you a very special day filled with love. Clarabelle
A Mother in a Million
Mother you are so beautiful, in every single way,
You brighten up each moment, and listen to what I say.
Your love is so very special, to each and everyone,
You’re a mother in a million, stronger than the sun.
I love you so dearly, more than you’ll ever know,
Thank you my wonderful mother, your wisdom has helped me grow.