Express your love for Mom with these Mother's day quotes

Somebody said a Mother's job is done when her last child leaves home... She keeps everyone together and everything organized so that whatever you are looking for is easy to access.

Mother's Day may be the product of a very same shrewd marketing team that gave us Valentine's Day but you can't fault them for hitting another home run with this one.

"Mother's Day means that I am lucky to still have my mom to celebrate this day with", said Nikki Buchholz, MDN employee, "and it means that I get the joys of being a parent".

I am no exception; my Mother sacrificed everything to ensure that her children were afforded opportunities she didn't have. There is a reason behind everything about what we are doing today to celebrate Mother's Day.

Mother's Day is coming up on Sunday, and Jimmy Kimmel chose to honour this annual salute to moms by accosting mothers on the streets of Hollywood to ask: What was the worst Mother's Day present you ever received? And my wife is an incredible mother to our daughter, I have to think she learned that from her own Mom.

Mom I love you for showing me the world and for all that you have done for me. Again, you're saving the family's money, so she can buy you nice things later.

The amusing thing about Mother's Day is I didn't really appreciate it when my Mama was alive.

My mother-in-law is a strong woman, full of spunk and worry - her mother even more so. Let Mom know how much you appreciate all she's done for you, whether in person, by phone or with a few thoughts directed toward heaven. Most days I feel that I'm old enough to make good decisions so thanks for giving me the pros and cons of every decision I make.

"I hope and pray that someone, sometime, will found a memorial mother's day commemorating her for the matchless service she renders to humanity in every field of life". Somebody said if you're a "good" mother, your child will "turn out good"...

Tell her one thing she did right.

Thank God for your mother. Greet and honor your mother for her contributions to your life. As one such mom put it, she'd enjoy "a simple picnic at the park, a trip to the zoo, or a fun family movie". Motherhood is a gift to us all. She dusted and vacuumed three times a week. The chrysanthemum is now the holiday's "official" unofficial flower, and it's common to see them around in the form of lapel pins, prints and more.

"I hate the way the holiday makes all non-mothers, and the daughters of dead mothers, and the mothers of dead or severely damaged children, feel the deepest kind of grief and failure", she wrote.

  • Joanne Flowers