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    No invitation! :(

    I have not had an invitation to mother's day. Shall I ask my daughter whom I talk to daily?


    whom?

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    Colleen

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    I moved your reply to where it belongs and answered you again.

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    This seems to be a recurring annual dilemma for you, itsmee. Just call her and get it off your chest. Happy Mother's Day to you !


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    Ducky

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    Or...invite "daughter" over for Mother's Day.
    itsmee

    Ducky,

    That’s an incredibly good idea.

    However, Digger won for “Best Answer” (OMG ... How embarassing is that)
    Digger you also win for “Best Memory”
    Actually Digger gave me more information than a psychologist could have given me. Hmmmm ... so it’s not new.

    itsmee

    My Mother’s Day problem is solved. My daughter and her husband
    and little girls will be going to the Country Club and this year chose to invite US. Her husband has a million relatives in town from out of state. We were invited to Mother’s Day at the club on SUNDAY. They cannot invite ALL the relatives. : )












































































    You and your daughter speak daily? Many mothers would be thrilled to have that situation, let alone an invitation to anything! Sometimes "kids" have very full, busy lives and are plain tired. I would say, let it go.

    itsmee

    She is very very very tired. I'll let it go until Saturday. Yes, Ducky, I'm glad to have her and the kids close by. I filled my life to overflowing when my kids were little. An extra phone call could tip my balance. I understand.
    itsmee

    Well, my daughter called just moments after I saw your sweet smile Miss Ducky. The scoop is filed under Colleen.
    Now I must let this go and go dunk my head in cold water.
    Ducky

    Moderator
    If you move to Peru, you will NEVER see you daughter. :)
    itsmee

    Ducky ...
    True true
    Peru will do!

    Invitation for what? I send my mother a card. That's all she ever requires. 

    Colleen

    Moderator


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    itsmee
    Karma: 207991

    Yep ... Maybe I should be happy with a card. That's enough, of course. The problem for me is that there has always been a dinner for both moms -- me and her husband's mom.

    I'm still wondering ... Should I call her or no? If I don't get an answer the situation seems kind of like a game.

    To my knowledge there is no problem between us. Our grandchildren are at our house at least once a week. They live within walking distance to us.
    Colleen

    Moderator
    In that case, I would call to see if there are plans as usual. She may think that because you do this yearly, you will just show up. Tell her if there are no plans, you just need to know so you can make other plans.
    itsmee

    The dinner will be Monday. Apparently something else is going on on Sunday. : (
    Things are NOT right. When things go bad, silence is probably the best way to go along.
    Either that or move to Peru.


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