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Happy Mother's Day ~ 2011





I'm so  happy and touched to receive this lovely bouquet of flowers from my three musketeers.    Hope I'm not too late to share this with you!

Happy Mother's Day to All you Lovely Mums out there and Have a Great Fun-Filled Day!

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  1. Happy Mother's Day and have a great fun filled one. Those are lovely flowers. Can see u grinning ear to ear ;)

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  2. Happy Mother's Day to you Cheah!!

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  3. wow..so sweet of them!!
    Happy Mama's Day to you!

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  4. Wow so envious of your beautiful mother's day gift! Am sure you had a very happy day today:D

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  5. Elin
    Caught me by surprise and you know what, supposed to be delivered early in the morning. Then when my girl called up then only learnt that it had been delivered to the wrong address. So I only got it around 3pm!

    ICook4Fun
    Happy Mother's Day to you too!

    Claire
    Sama, sama to you too!

    Jeannie
    Happy Mother's Day to you too!

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  6. Beautiful flowers! happy mom's day :)

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  7. happy mother's day to you, cheah!!

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  8. Happy Mother's Day to you Cheah!
    sorry I'm here late *=*

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  9. Anncoo
    It's ok, Ann. Happy Mother's Day to you too .... maybe I also forgot to wish you. Better late than never, ha, ha!

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  10. Happy Mother's day to you too, Cheah! So envy! I love water lily and am wearing it on my wedding. Same colour as well. ha... :o)
    Kristy

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  11. Kristy
    Belated Mother's Day greeting to you too!

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