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Blue Daisies As A Mother’s Day Present

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The author was presented with a modest present such as a carnation and a cake on Mother's day by her daughter and son, from their primary school days until they were grown up. She considered that expensive presents would be waste of money, especially if the presents did not please her. On one particular Mother's Day, the author was a little happier than on previous occasion. Her children asked the type of flower she wanted as the present on Mother's day. The author loved to have blue daisies as the present on Mother's day. The blue daisies were on display beside the pots of dwarf carnations. She got a pot of pretty daisies with conspicuously blue flowers. The author hoped that her children would help in everyday life instead of simply observing Mother's Day by going through the formality of giving presents.

Keywords: Blue Daisies; cake; expensive presents; Mother's Day

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