She's British and a nurse. We grew up with Stiff Upper Lip Syndrome in doubley. Her answer to all-things-bleeding was the butterfly stitch (band-aids with little triangle shapes cut out). I wore a box of band-aids on my chin when I landed on a cinder block with my chin when I was 12. One time she had to do actual stitches on Brother D. She gave him a washcloth to bite on and when he said it hurt, she told him to "just think of England." That's our family joke, now. So, this is the card I got for Mum.
BNO? Mum calls us all her Blessings, & I'm Blessing Number One.
And here's a Cakewrecks-inspired cake I saw in Walmart in honour of M-Day:
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY to anyone who is a mother or has ever had one. :-) H.