Friday, 12 September 2008

A Single Rose (x2)

MrM has discovered a new florist.

She will select one beautiful, fragrant pink rose
and wrap it in cellophane
and tie it with raffia for MrsM.

And then do another one for MissM.


Step away, Ladies,
MrM is already taken.

~~~~~

This post is for Jane
who grows beautiful flowers in Scotland.

13 comments:

fifi said...

And you deserve a rose like that too. he is lucky to have you.



How lovely to see you back.

dottycookie said...

You're very lucky, and I'm sure you know that already.

Lynn said...

Dear Alice Whom I Intend To Visit On All Future Travels To The UK: thank goodness you and MrM found a replacement for the disgraceful Other Florist. All is now right with the world.

blackbird said...

That single rose business is fetching, isn't it?

Sarah S. said...

Pink roses are my favorite!

Good job MrM!

peppermintpatcher said...

I love a man who has a florist!

driftwood said...

please will Mr M write a post to all husbands advising on the need to buy single roses (or any flowers except half dead ones of course), and thus prevent us all being so insanely jealous....

anne bebbington said...

Reminds me of the florist in the little village when we lived in Nord Pas de Calais - made the very inexpensive Mothers' Day gift from three young children seem and look like a million dollars - all it takes is a little effort

Lucy @ Attic24 said...

You are so lucky MrsM.
Mr Attic has forgotten that he can buy flowers for his wife to make her feel special.
x
ps loving this Occasional Blogging of yours, you are so good to us xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Jane said...

Oh I'm so glad your re-education strategy worked!
Thanks again for your genius comment yesterday!
J
x

MrM said...

I should point out that MrsM is of course my English rose already (variegated with a spot of Cornish thrown in for good measure).

Not sure if I can live up to the billing now ...

Gina said...

Lovely Mr M... but then I also think lucky Mr M to have lovely Mrs M!
I'm enjoying this "occasional" blogging. So glad you didn't disappear.

Margaret said...

Well, it is a lovely rose, and how sweet of Mr. M to give one to Miss M as well!