Friday, May 7, 2010

What do YOU want for Mother's Day?

My sister-in-law posted a list of gift ideas she wants for Mother's Day here. It is a list that suits her perfectly and I don't wish to gloat, but I already have at least one thing on her list (I'm not telling specifics--let's just say my bite is now worse than my bark!)

Since I'm the woman who has everything (my affirmation for the day), I only want one thing for Mother's Day...

(drum roll, please)

World Peace.

Oops. Typo.

I meant Whirled Peace. As in "Imagine Whirled Peace" the way Ben & Jerry's intended:
and I quote "caramel and sweet cream ice cream swirled with fudge peace signs and toffee cookie pieces"

Yummmmm!

Also, I had the pleasure to speak with Rebecca Cressman from yourldsneighborhood.com and with her interview skills, I almost sound like a normal mother. My teenage son listened to it and said "Wow, Mom, you almost had me fooled!" Check the interview out if you have a few minutes. You can listen to it, read it, print and frame it, or eat Ben & Jerry's ice cream with it. Very versatile.

What do you want for Mother's Day?

5 comments:

Rebecca Talley said...

I saw your book in my Walmart. Maybe someday, I'll be as cool as you.

For Mother's Day, I'd just like to sleep. Seems I haven't done that in a while.

M-Cat said...

Thanks for the shoutout and link!

And I didnt know you had your concealed weapons permit! : )

Terri Ferran said...

Rebecca,
Walmart? Walmart? I have arrived! The only time I've seen my book in Walmart around here was when I planted a copy! Congratulations on your upcoming book "The Upside of Down"!

M -
I'd show you my concealed weapons permit, but then I'd have to shoot you, and that would leave an ugly scar...

Ronda Gibb Hinrichsen said...

My greatest Mother's Day wish is one I can't share--too close to my heart--but next to that? Peace, rest, and I can't wait to talk to my missionary son. :)

Terri Ferran said...

Ronda,

I hope you got to talk to your missionary son and you got the secret wish you kept secret!

I personally enjoyed "Whirled Peace" which was altogether too fleeting...