We are granted one day out of the year to devote to our mothers. In my opinion, Mother’s Day should be celebrated every day. All mothers deserve to be acknowledged every day of the year.
Mom is one of the most important people in our life. Perhaps even the most important.This year, we should consider doing something unexpected and unique for mom; something that would demonstrate our gratitude for everything she has done.
But if you haven’t yet decided on how to make yours feel extra-special on Mother’s Day, consider undertaking one — or perhaps even two or all of the following:
- Set a Goal: Start planning early and consider working toward a goal she’d be proud of, like raising your grades. You’re the perfect child already? Then complete a chore your mom hates — or one she’s been after you to do.
- Write Her a Nice Letter: Write her a letter. Don’t just say how much you love her; thank her for specific things she does for you — Be specific of things that you’re thankful for, such as driving you to school daily or preparing your favorite dish every weekend. Especially stuff she probably thinks you don’t even notice.
- Give her a Queen-like treatment. Anoint her Queen for a Day. Whatever she says goes — no questions asked, and with a smile on your face.
- Make her a coupon book. Make her a coupon book of favors she can redeem anytime. Include a “wild card” that she can fill in herself.
- Gift Her a Favorite Things Basket. Buy a big basket and fill it with her favorite things, plus a few favorites of your own that you’re sure she’ll love. you can also add some favorite flowers of her plus a photo frame with a photo of you and your mother special moments
- Spend Entire Day With Her. If you do nothing else at all, spend the day with her. For most moms, time with you is the thing she wants most of all. Go for shopping or watch a movie, or simply stay at home and prepare delicious food for her while playing some indoor games. This will surely make her happy.
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