SUNDAY POST: Mother’s Day

Mothers can come disguised as wolves, but as long as they are nurturing it’s all that matters  😉

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You may be surprised to hear that I’ve found this symbol of Rome on Paul Painlevé Square in Paris.  Please, pay Jake a visit, and see what other bloggers have submitted for the Mother’s Day challenge.

56 Comments on “SUNDAY POST: Mother’s Day

  1. jalal michael sabbagh.http://gravatar.com/jmsabbagh86@gmail.com

    Happy mother’s day.Those two babies founded the Roman Empire,so the legend says.Have a wonderful day Paula.

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  2. A copy of the “holy” Rome sculpture “Capitoline Wolf” in Paris is not the only one copy – in the southern french city Narbonne there’s one too – and in Buenos Aires, Toronto, Guatemala City, Thunder Bay (Canada) – the federal capital of Brazil Brasília have one too actually donated by the mayor of Rome – and Szarvas in Hungary has one, Tokyo have 2 full sized copies.!! – Benghaz in Libya had one too, don’t know if the civil war has ruined it – and in Italy there’s 4-5 cities with copies too… 🙂

    Maybe there are more copies around – I guess so – these mentioned were only them I know… 🙂

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          • I have heard there’re more than 10 in Romania – but I really don’t know if it’s true… 🙂

            It’s like the Statue of Liberty, it’s found in many copies around the world too – but not quite in full size… 😉

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        • Damn, Danish again.. today I received a questionnaire from the Paris hotel I stayed in to review them in Danish – where did they get the idea I was Danish – must be all the cheese I ate for breakfast!!!

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          • When I’m in Paris it happened several times that they thought I was corsican and a few times that I was belgian – but never that I was dane – I eat much cheese too… 😉 😉 😉

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            • 😀 I never doubted that you ate cheese .. I only have it when I am partying … as for weird nation mix-ups I don’t understand our air hostesses .. they usually mistake me for German or French, but never do they think I am Croatian!!!

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  3. Pingback: Sunday Post: Mother’s Day | SC Surf Butler

    • Hello Anne, I thought about you yesterday 🙂 Thank you for taking time to listen to Smashing Pumpkins.. I am in love with these baby feet and had to post it;)

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  4. Happy Mothers Month Paula ,Thanks for sharing this beautiful post my friend 🙂

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  5. Ah ! Romulus et Rémus, souvenirs de mes secondaires: j’étais en latin. 😀
    Une bonne idée pour le WPC. 😉

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