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This week is Mother’s Day. As such, we should take the time to say thanks to Mom for all the scraped knees she bandaged, the broken hearts she help us endure, the sleep-over parties she allowed and the millions of miles she taxied us to friend’s houses, ball practices and all the other places we went to. With all the many things Mom has done for us, be sure that she is remembered on this special day. Of course, that doesn’t mean you have to go broke to let Mom know how special she is. Here are some great ways to say thanks.
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Who can a find a virtuous woman, for her price is far above rubies. Proverbs 31:10
Motherhood’s activities have changed over the years from moms primarily being at home to a need for many moms to work outside the home. But, that only shows that mom is willing to work hard to see that her family has what they need. From clean clothes to wear to healthy meals on the table, those little extras like that top or pair of jeans you just “had to have” to concert tickets and sleep-overs, Moms today do a lot. So, here are a few ways to help make mom’s life easier.
• Give her coupon book off jobs you will help her with. Be creative! Moms do much and often go without to help make others happy. A coupon book with offers of washing the dishes, vacuuming, or washing her car will mean a lot.
• Consider purchasing a live plant for the garden—say roses, lilies or other perennials- that will come back each year and remind mom of how much you love her. In fact, you can typically get a live plant cheaper than you can an arrangement of cut flowers.
• Instead of eating out at a fancy restaurant, have family members pitch in a make a meal together. If eating out is a must, be sure to check out sites like Living Social, Groupon or restaurants.com.
• Rather than buying cards for his mom and her mom at $3 a pop. Take advantage of the many sites with cards you can send for free. Or, have the kids create cards and then print some recent pictures to include with the cards.
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Wishing you all the best,
–Mo and Z