If you are like me, you are probably wondering what is up with Facebook and the purple flower? Remember when Facebook introduced the 'flower' reaction as a temporary thing a year ago? Well the social media giant is reportedly bringing back the little violet flower back for some of our social media profiles.
At the time, no-one knew what it was for or what it mean.
But the real meaning is actually really sweet. The flower reaction was to mark Mother's Day which will be celebrated May 14 in more than 80 countries all over the world.
Now Facebook has brought it back - and it’s known as the ‘thankful’ reaction, or ‘grateful’ for web and mobile users.
So it's more of a digital gesture - as Facebook explained last year…
'In honour of Mother's Day, we are testing the ability for people in a few markets to leave a flower reaction.'