I am certain on that everybody is prepared to celebrate Mother's day, whoever he or she is, son, daugther, son in law, daughter in law, etc. May 10, Sunday is Mother's Day.

Following is a talk about Mother's Day:


Mother's Day was not dreamed up by a mother. It was the brainchild of loving daughter. Miss Anna M. Jarvis of Philadelphia. The Encyclopedia Britanica insists tha Mother's Day traces back to mother worship in pagan world, and cites the rites that were conducted to Rhea, the Great Mother of the Gods, also sometimes known as Cybele, long before the Christian era, But, with all due respect for the acient Greeks, it is a fact that Anna Jarvis, back in 1907, thought it might be nice to have a special service in church for sons and daughters to honor their mothers. She thought it would dramatize the occasion if every son and daughter wore a white carnation to church on that special Spring day.

Now we know how the Mother Day started and became a tradition that sons and daughters put a carnation blossom on their mother's chest.

Here are some poems on Mother's Day


You can see it in their eyes,
in tender hugs and long good-byes,
a love that only moms and daughters know.

You can see it in their smiles,
through passing years and changing styles,
a friendship that continually seems to grow.

You can see it in their lives,
the joy each one of them derives,
in just knowing that the other one is there...

To care and to understand,
lend an ear or hold a hand,
and to celebrate the memories they share.

Once upon a memory
Someone wiped away a tear
Held me close and loved me,
Thank you, Mother dear.


Another Mother's Day is here,
Bringing joy and pleasures new,
On this special day, Mother dear,
I want to remember you.
I cannot give you costly gifts,
And I've told you this before,
No matter what I give to you,
You give back much, much more.
I'm giving you a pure, sweet rose,
Gathered in the early morn,
This rose you planted in my heart,
The day that I was born.
In kindly, loving thoughts of you,
And with the faith you still impart,
The rose I give to you today,
Is the love that's in my heart.