This year, Mother’s Day falls on Sunday, May 14th. What many people aren’t aware of is this is the American version of a worldwide holiday, but not necessarily when most of the world celebrates it.
Mother’s Day is almost here, and if there’s anyone that deserves all of your love and attention for all that she does, it’s Mom. If you’re looking for a unique Mother’s Day gift guide, you’ve found it. Make her feel like a queen with these wonderful surprises and shower her with the appreciation she deserves.
You taught me many things. The only way we can advance ourselves in this life is to truly move forward. You are a wonderful example of this.
A mother’s love is a powerful catalyst. It shapes our lives in ways science has yet to comprehend. Without it our lives would be very different. This Mother’s Day, be sure to thank your mother for her love and for all of the gifts she has given you.
Christine Shaw Roome looks back at the history of Mother’s Day and reminds us why this day still matters for humanity.
As any mother knows, motherhood changes our lives in very significant ways. As Rajneesh said, “The moment a child is born, the mother is also born.”
This Mother’s Day, Julia McLean remembers her mum who loved to be 100 years old and left her family with many stories of love and laughter to tell.
Today our society is filled with many single-parent households, many of which are headed by women. Do they make single-parent Father’s Day cards for mothers?
My mother…has been doling out advice (note to self: do not say nagging) since the day I was born. Most of her little gems are unorthodox; many of them aren’t suitable for polite company; all of them remind me how ridiculously charmed my life is, that I was begotten by such an exceptional woman.
In the movie Waking Ned Devine, there’s a scene with the character Jackie O’Shea (played by Iain Bannen) addressing a funeral. O’Shea is interrupted by a lottery official whom he is trying to defraud. Without missing a beat, Jackie launches into an extemporaneous eulogy, ostensibly for his lifelong friend Michael O’Sullivan (played by David Kelly) […]