Part of being an adult is recognizing all that your parents have done and do currently for you.
So, when Mother’s Day rolls around, how many of you do something for your mothers? Breakfast in bed? Gifts? Catering to their every need for the day? Calling? Sending flowers?
How about a card?
I’ll admit, I love sending e-cards. (Especially www.someecards.com) But it is SO nice to receive a card in the regular mail. Ya know, the paper stuff that a random person delivers to your house.
And I know your mother would love a card in the mail.
Whether you are handing it to her in person or putting on stamp on it, she wants it. For those last minute people who forgot it was Mother’s Day or don’t know where the paper cards are sold in the store, I’m helping you out.
Since I’ve made it my mission to help you be an adult, here are two fabulous cards that you can download for free and print at home. I made them out of pictures I took. (They are copyrighted under www.antholisart.com - our family art website - yes, we are all artists.)
Download as many as you want, pass them to friends, print them out, and give them to your mothers. They will appreciate it. They did indeed give birth to you. You owe them.
When you download, the card is designed so all you have to do is fold the piece of paper in half, and voila, you have a card to fill out! (Yes, please write something in the card for your mom.)
"You are the best mom in the world. Thank you for being there for me always."
"You are the best mom in the world. I promise I will move out eventually and start paying for my own stuff."