COVER_V3A sweet ode to a mother…             

‘My intention was to give a heartfelt gift to my mum, it also turned out to be the greatest gift I gave to myself.’


Our mother’s dementia was gradually growing, with her upcoming ninetieth birthday time was of the essence. I wanted to give her something of true meaning to show my deep appreciation for all the years she had cared for me.

For months, I rushed through stores, scanned the internet, and asked friends to help me find that perfect gift. Yet, every bright idea seemed insignificant and unworthy.

Sitting in a park one afternoon, exhausted from wracking my brain for that perfect colourful gift, I found myself gazing across a field of bright yellow dandelions for inspiration. A memory washed through my mind of my mother teaching me how to make dandelion chains when I was a child. A warm smile crossed my face, and the outside world began to fade.  More memories what my mum did for me began to flow in.

I wanted to show my mother that the things she had done for me as a child did not go unnoticed, even if she now could not remember them all. This was to be my gift to her.

 Join me on a journey to remember the importance of the little things in life….. 

Book Trailer on Youtube: link

An easy to read 62 page book – Aimed to inspire the reader to re-collect acts of love their mother has given them throughout their own life. Filled with prose of love and gratitude. With pages to jot down their own memories. It showed me how powerful small acts of love can influence your life.

When was the last time you blew dandelions into the breeze and made a wish?


Look Inside – click:  COVER BOOK 800   

 Available links:  Balboa Press:     Amazon:     Barnes and Noble:

*Please be aware, this is a picture book, not all background images and fonts appear on E-Book or Kindle version. The translation and visual will be a little lost, however the essence of the words will be there. 

6 Responses to About

  1. Senior Agenda with Lisa Stockdale says:

    This is absolutely beautiful! It brought tears to my eyes almost instantly because it is so honest and heartfelt. Thank you for sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Lexa says:

      I so thank you Lisa for taking the time to visit. Your kind words mean a lot to me <3. Hope this helps others connecting with their dear mum and those with dementia. Thank you kindly again Lisa. Your site and work is wonderful to learn and understand our incredible elderly.


  2. I’m impressed, I must say. Rarely do I encounter a blog that’s equally educative
    and entertaining, and without a doubt, you’ve hit the
    nail on the head. The issue is something that too few folks
    are speaking intelligently about. Now i’m very happy that I found this during my search for something concerning this.

    Liked by 2 people

  3. Superb website you have here but I was wanting to know if you knew off any
    user discussion forums that over the same topics talked about here?
    I’d really like to be a part of community where I can get feedback from other experienced individuals that share the same interest.
    If you have any recommendations, please let mee know. Kudos!

    Liked by 1 person

    • Lexa says:

      Hi, sorry about the delay, your moment was in the spam and didn’t see it. What kind of discussion forums were you interested in? on dementia or mothers? Cheers, Lexa 🙂


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