Brothers Campfire Mothers Day From My Perspective 2020

Hello Friends,

Due to Wal-Mart closing early and my lack of appropriate planning, I could only find Mother’s Day Cards in Spanish, my second language. My third language is emoji, which I am really studying hard. 🀠πŸ”₯ I know Emoji almost as well as I know Spanish. Fogata Hermano!

After waiting in line to get inside for a few short minutes, I was able to aquire breafast for my Beloved.

Bacon and sausage are a rare treat at Willow Manor Urban Farm so we really enjoyed ourselves!

Happy Mother’s Day, Beloved!

After listening to Church online with my family, my Beloved wanted to buy perennial flowers for a few ladies to include my mother. As you can see, the lines were extremely long and it appears big brother was ensuring social distancing was enforced.

Wait… Isn’t that Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire? False alarm.

My Beloved was quite the lady and ensured she honored quite a few mothers with these gifts!

We also visited my Grandmother’s burial plot. There is no marker on her grave. I can find it by lining up this sign with the red door and directly walking from it to where she lays.

I cried a few tears yesterday.

“Your home is our heart.” A fitting waypoint to visit her resting place.

I hope all Mothers had a splendid Sunday! To me, every day is Mother’s Day.

Author: The Storyteller

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire.

58 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Mothers Day From My Perspective 2020

        1. The Storyteller says:

          Ha ha! When I. Write✍ pout, this comes up.😑 Android is different in language interpretation. It can get you in trouble with emoji experts!

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  1. Lia says:

    Lovely…. especially the photos. πŸ’›I don’t really understand the unmarked grave location part, but I’m happy you know how to find it, and that you can connect with your grandmother’s spirit, even if it does bring releasing and healing tears.

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      My grandmother left us to see Jesus in February. She is in an unmarked grave. I use landmarks to find it. She was a second mother to me all my life.

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      1. Lia says:

        Sorry I did not see this till after the latest comment… wow… that is very hard indeed, to lose someone that close. My heart goes out to you and the others who loved her. Lovely that you honour and celebrate her transformation. Sending love. πŸ’›

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      1. Lia says:

        Oh no need for that… though so will I! I only meant to pry. πŸ˜†

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        1. The Storyteller says:

          Please do! You are a fine addition to the Campfire!🀠πŸ”₯ Lia, do you have big plans for the day?

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          1. Lia says:

            Lol!!! Thank you… so is your grandmother’s grave at a plot in a cemetery or in front of this house? Somehow? (No need to answer, just random curiosity when I tried to figure out the text with the image. :))

          2. The Storyteller says:

            My grandmother is in a cemetery accros the street. I would have put a pic but it is too soon for much of my family.

            I found it very neat that the door and the sign point to where she lays. The words are touching.

            I miss my Grandmother so much.

          3. Lia says:

            Ahhh. I understand. The words are touching and very fitting. I’m so sorry for your loss… May your beautiful grandmother rest in peace.

      1. Neha nandwana says:

        Thank you so much πŸ’ πŸ’ wish you the same for your mother and beloved oneπŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“ stay blessed all of you, 🌹🌹🌹

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  2. gifted50 says:

    Looks like you both had a wonderful day. And her accomplice stayed in the car but posted the evidence πŸ™„. Love your mask-matching outfit. Your beloved, looks like a lovely lady.

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  3. stlautismmom says:

    Question…do the goose eggs taste different than chicken eggs? I love chicken eggs fresh from the chicken!

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    1. The Storyteller says:

      They have a full, rich taste, great for baking with. If you do not change the water or feed them fish, the eggs are a little off.

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  4. Sheila D.Currie Blake says:

    Thx for sharing.my mother died 2012 so mother’s day has changed for me. But I’m still thankful to God. Happy belated mothers day to your wife. God bless

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  5. Cassa Bassa says:

    Just caught up reading this post, it was a wonderful intimate celebration for mothers in your life. πŸ’š

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