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Can You Hear Me Now Dear Husband?....

Posted by Kimberly Sherman  May 7, 2008 06:43 AM

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I tell you what...life would be so easy, not for me, but for my husband, if he would only squeeze in the time to be a devoted reader of my blog posts. Surprised that he doesn't? Oh don't be, if you knew him you'd understand...and it doesn't bother me for a second UNTIL I want to actually do what I blog about. Case in point...

Mother's Day is Sunday and while it is not a big celebration in this house, I do expect some attention, and if it's just the morning coffee being made, life is good and Mother's Day is a win-win. BUT, occasionally I do feel the need for more pampering, and if I were my husband, and thank goodness I am not, I would take me to the Cranwell Resort for their Mother's Day Brunch & Bloom special. Cranwell offers a special overnight stay that includes their famous brunch, and also provides tickets to the Berkshire Museum to view "A Celebration of Art and Flowers" exhibit. The icing, which so far needn't be any, is a spa treatment at Cranwell.

If you're not familiar with Cranwell, just know that a heated indoor pool, whirlpools, saunas, steam rooms and fitness center are yours during the stay. And also know that some Godiva chocolate welcomes every guest. Call toll free: 1-800-272-6935 for more information...[psst...the package is ONLY $150 per person, double occupancy] Just book the visit today!

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