We meet many people along our journey of life, but so very few really touch us, or we allow them to. This article is about feeling how much we love the important people in our lives, and telling them just how much they mean to us.
Many people dislike their mother-in-laws before even meeting them. It’s as if there is a rule that mother-in-laws must be nasty and meddling women.
Let’s find another way to view this woman, so you can finally make peace with this misconception.
A wonderful way to celebrate Mother’s Day is to give her the day off. Do things to relax and pamper her while the rest of the family does the hard work!
You could start by surprising her with breakfast in bed. Quietly wake up the children, and let her sleep in while you prepare her favorite breakfast (remember to clean up the mess afterwards so she isn’t left with it).
Mother’s Day is a special day in which every child, young and old, is supposed to honor their mothers.
The original concept for the day was that all mothers are supposed to be honored, whether they were living or gone.
Australians and Americans celebrate Mother’s Day on the second Sunday in May.
Britons celebrate Mothering Sunday three weeks before Easter.
Other countries Mother’s Day celebrations range from February to December.
A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America
Mother’s Day, 2012
Mothers are cornerstones of our families and our communities. On Mother’s Day, we honor the remarkable women who strive and sacrifice every day to ensure their children have every opportunity to pursue their dreams.