In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill designating the second Sunday in May as a legal holiday to be called “Mother’s Day”—dedicated “to the best mother in the world, your mother.” For the first few years, the day was observed as a legal holiday, but in absolute simplicity and reverence—church services were held in honor of all mothers, living and dead.
We all love or loved our Mothers and it is important that we let them know. Flowers are always a way of showing your love; candy, a phone call, a letter, dinner for them, and many other ways of letting the person in your life that was always there for you....in good times and bad.
I am blessed to be a Mother.
Enjoy your Saturday and don't forget to remember (that is an oxymoron) your Mother!
I love the tinkling of wind chimes!