Friday, May 8, 2015

A New Mother’s Day Love Language


There are all sorts of paths to labeling what causes us to feel good and right about things.

Though I am not an expert , I am aware of the idea of the ‘5 love languages’, as a way I assume to identify what floats our emotional boat.

Are you about words of affirmation, acts of service, receiving gifts, quality time, or physical touch?


In honor of Mother’s Day, let’s add a few more, shall we?

I’ll go first.

Here are a few more love language additions that speak to me:

* digging in the dirt

*college football

*anything grandson related

*going to the flea market

*creating piles of things to give to any one of our 3 daughters

*anything Motown


*shoes that are cute and don’t hurt



What are some of yours ?

Happy Mother’s Day weekend !


Renee said...

What a great post. I have many, some the same or similar to yours.

My granddaughters and daughter.

Just having time to sit on the patio in the swing and enjoy.

Reading a favorite author.

So many blessings in my life.

Lea @ CiCis Corner said...

Yes, mine would be very much as yours, my three, soon to be four, Grans, preparing to move into our new house, a healthy balance of busy and not so busy. Just a few of the many. Wishing you a wonderful Mother's Day!

Loui♥ said...

Much like yours Laura!
my wonderful thoughtful caring hubby!
our kids collectively
our grands; Three BIGS, 2 Littles
our furbabies
dirt therapy
so thankful for being so blessed!
and for having wonderful blogging friends like YOU!

Donnamae said...

Yes to digging in the dirt for sure...a few weeks ago as an early Mother's Day present, my son dug 2 holes in the ground for 2 pine trees. Younger know! That always speaks volumes! ;)

Patricia @ 9th and Denver said...

Wow! except for the college football...our lists mimic one another's.
I could insert Ranger Baseball-
and Chinese food; though not necessarily together.
girl time with my grand-daughters (could include baking cooking, tandem hair brushing...all in a row
or mani- pedis on the front porch with ice tea!)
Happy Mother's Day

Pondside said...

This is fun, Laura. I might add....
sorting embroidery thread(he)
wandering through Home Depot(I)
making a meal(we two!)


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