According to a website that specializes in cheating partners, ashleymadison.com, more women start their search for someone new the Monday after Mother's Day more than any other day of the year, and it's been that way the last four years.
Remember when you were a kid, Mom just wanted you to paint a picture, draw something, or make her something out of clay. Those were the days, didn't cost you anything. Getting gifts for Mom is getting harder. Here's a few ideas that just require your time.
I sat and thought of all the things I need to thank my Mom for, being that it's Mother's Day tomorrow. Things that helped shape me, things that taught me, and things that helped make me ready for the world. Thanks, Mom.
It's the last minute, and you are shopping for Mom. What do you get the woman that gave birth to you, the woman that listened to you say how other Mom's were better, who did your laundry, cooked your food, and cleaned your room for years? Well, I don't know your Mom! I do know 5 things not to get her.
Since I was a single mom due to divorce when my daughter Kylee was very young, Mother's Day has always been my day to spend with her. Never thought of it any differently. However, after talking with some full-time moms, I got the sense that they would like the "day" to be just for them, not all about them. What side of the fence are you on?