It was Mother's Day, apparently with an apostrophe for the singular. I've resisted it for years, but I capitulate. However, I do reserve the right to rescind my capitulation.
Sue and I drove to the park and set up chairs for the clan. While waiting, I took a phone pano, but I never seem to avoid a drop-off, and so I have the the right side tilting downward.
You might notice that Sue was well bundled. It was the wind. Whenever the breeze abated, which was seldom, the sun warmed us rather pleasantly for a few fleeting seconds.
The others came.