Every year, as more and more of my friends have children, I appreciate a little more all the things my mother did for me. Being a mother is serious work and despite the many things I remember from the past 28 years, her complaining is not one of them. Mom was always working hard for us and always available when we needed her. We didn’t get to spend the holiday together this year, but we’ll see each other soon and I’m looking forward to celebrating then. I love you, mom.
In the event that you too are postponing your Mother’s Day celebration, or just looking for more ways to tell her you love her, I’m sharing some of the best ideas I’ve seen recently: