….so before I get crazy busy let me share with you some thoughts……
It’s the day when, as a society, we purchase red roses, boxes of chocolate and Hallmark cards in our attempts to thank Mom for putting up with us.
I think we should thank our mother’s everyday. Thanks for changing our diapers many years ago. Thanks for driving me to soccer practice and those out of town hockey tournaments. Thanks for letting me cry on your shoulder when my best friend moved out of town. Thank you for babysitting our first child. Thanks for everything you’ve done and continue to do.
So, on Mother’s Day, take some time in between listing appointments to call your mom and tell her how much you love her. If she’s in town, go and visit her. If she has left this world, close your eyes and thank her in your heart.
And then after Mother’s Day, remember to take some time as often as possible to tell Mom, “I love you.”
Happy Mother’s Day to you and your Mom!