Ella’s Blog

Hey peeps! It’s Ella, and I’m back to talk about… Mother’s Day! Mother’s Day is tomorrow, May 13, so you still have time to throw together some macaroni art and a handmade card, if you’re the crafty type! I’m not that crafty, so I figured I’d ask around town to see what some other folk were up to to celebrate their moms!


First, I decided to ask former Mayor Cowabelle how she plans to celebrate with her mom, Ms. Cowoline!


ELLA: Hey, Cowabelle! How’s it going?

COWABELLE: Great, thanks for asking!

ELLA: So, Mother’s Day is coming up… what have you got planned this year? COWABELLE: Well, this year, I got that great portrait of us printed onto a blanket!

ELLA: Oh, I remember that portrait… that’s a great idea! I’m sure your mom is going to love it.

COWABELLE: I hope so… actually, now that you mention it, it’s probably ready for me to pick up now. I’ll catch you later!


Do you remember that lovely photo? If not, I found it — maybe you can print it out and write “Happy Mother’s Day” on it.



Next up, I asked Salley Cat.



ELLA: Hey, Salley Cat! How are you?

SALLEY CAT: I’m doing great! I just whipped up some of my famous salsa.

ELLA: Yummy! Is that for a special Mother’s Day meal?

SALLEY CAT: It sure is. I love cooking for my mom. What are you doing?

ELLA: Um.. well.. uh… I’m not that great a cook. But… that gives me an idea! I know just the place to get some tasty food…. Daisy’s Diner! Thanks for the idea, Salley Cat!

SALLEY CAT: You’re welcome!


Of course, I headed over immediately to Daisy’s Diner to make a reservation.



Luckily, Daisy doesn’t require a reservation! I think I just might come by tomorrow with my mom for a nice meal.


As I was leaving Daisy’s Diner, I bumped into Roberta and asked her about her Mother’s Day plans.



ELLA: So what are you doing for Mother’s Day, Roberta?

ROBERTA: We’re having a girl’s day at the spa!

ELLA: Ooooh… that sounds like a really great idea!

ROBERTA: For sure! Present for my mom… and me!

ELLA: Can’t argue with that. We all need a little “me-time”! Maybe I’ll see you there!



I don’t know about you, but a trip to the spa sounds just heavenly. I definitely have lots of ideas for Mother’s Day now.


What about you? How do you normally celebrate the important mother figures in your life? Let me know in the comments below!


Until next time… it’s been real!



40 Responses to Ella’s Blog

  1. MyLittlePony2010EG13 says:


  2. julieperkins says:

    what a sweet mothers day piece!

  3. TropicalGirl says:

    I know this is off-topic, but Ella, do you know what happened to the Cool Treats Freezer that used to be in the WShop? It had been in New and Promos but has been missing for a month or so now.

    • Beckinz8 says:

      Hi ~TropicalGirl! It is in the General Store theme, which has pieces that it was designed to match perfectly. I hope you see this. Happy shopping!

      • TropicalGirl says:

        Thank you so much, Beckinz8! I never even thought of that, but now that you say it I remember it was designed to go with that theme. That was so nice of you to help me out — thank you!

  4. bubbashuka says:

    I went to McDonald’s to spend a gift card my neighbor gave me, and I got my Mom a fry while I was ordering my food! :)

  5. julieperkins says:


  6. kittymade10 says:

    I love Reberta’s day out with her mom! It so what I would do! :D

  7. webkinz04 says:

    Tomorrow I plan to make her breakfast in bed and a homemade card! Tomorrow is also my brother’s birthday! So he gets to share Mother’s Day with my mom! Cannot wait!

  8. WebkinzPlushLover says:

    I can’t do much with my mom, because I’ve been sick for a while now and still don’t feel well. (And I don’t want to make her sick, because she has managed not to catch anything yet.)

  9. poofmon says:

    Tomorrow I’m making an Italian-inspired chicken pasta bake for my mother. I usually make here a dessert-type dish, so this will be a change. I hope she likes the result.

  10. 1Emerald1 says:

    I’d make breakfast, some art & pick & arrange some flowers for my mom when I was young. As an adult, I took her shopping or out to eat. I miss her a lot, it’s been 27 years since her untimely departure… I wonder what my kids are planning for Mothers Day. I know it will be wonderful!

    • Jessmine2 says:

      That all sounds so lovely, 1Emerald1. I miss my Mom, too. Hope you have a great day with your kids!

    • KSC says:

      Sorry about your mother. I hope you have a wonderful Mother’s Day.

    • bubbashuka says:

      Awww, I’m so so sorry to hear about your Mom… That would be absolutely awful . :( Maybe you can spend the day with one of your friends that are a Mom or Family! :)

      • 1Emerald1 says:

        Excellent idea, bubbashuka, and thanks! But remember, I, too, am a Mom. My now young adult kids took me to my favorite botanical garden & we went for a hike. It was a gorgeous spring day here & a lovely time. And yes, it is awful when our loved ones pass on before us, but I’m happy knowing that some day we will meet again. It gives me strength.

        • TropicalGirl says:

          I’m glad you had a lovely day yesterday, 1Emerald1. You deserve it! I think one of your kids plays Webkinz, right? If so, lucky you!

          • 1Emerald1 says:

            Hi TropicalGirl! Thank you so much! My daughter, now in college, still logs on from time to time, and my son, a high school junior, plays games for me on all 3 of our accounts for challenges I find too challenging! (Go-Go Googles, Webkinz Rally, Mini Golf, etc etc) Both of them take a look at the newz occasionally, and once in awhile post a comment. They are zoomypuss & scenting in Webkinz World, and zoomycat & beaglehounds here. They are both highly amused by my addiction to Webkinz!

    • MyLittlePony2010EG13 says:

      That’s a sad story. I’m still a kid, and I don’t WANT that to happen. ;…..( Oh! You have kids? I didn’t know that! I thought you were a teenager for some reason. XP

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