Well, I hope you've had a good 'un. If you're a mum. And I hope the day brought everything you wanted.
Because the true meaning of Mother's Day isn't surely expensive presents like the iPad that I've been exhorted to buy mum this week (she's already got one - haven't you mum?) but the 'mere' fact that someone's thinking of you, remembering what you've done for them and being grateful for it.
A simple card (even one made with the help of bits of woodland litter) will do that job as will a bit of practical help doing for mum some of the many things she so often does for us. So (with a little help from our friends at OXO) it was on the chefs hats and into the kitchen for Charlie and me this morning.
We set to and made lunch for not one, but three mums today - and it was great fun too.
Whatever you were doing, I hope you had a lovely day doing it!