Sunday, May 10, 2009

!0 Ma! . . .
Happy Birthday To Me! ....and.... HAPPY MOTHER´S DAY . . . MOM I LOVE YOU . . .

Haha, I feel like a little kid waking up for Christmas! ... Now, I’m 16 and life is great!

I hope that all of you mothers have a wonderful day!
Today, wish your mom, grandma, your wife and all those other mothers out there a happy mother's day! Mother's Day is the time to honor mothers of all kinds and thank them for all of the hard work that they do each and every day.
. . .and so was the first MOTHER'S DAY

The first Mother's Day observance was a church service honoring Mrs. Anna Reese Jarvis, held at Anna Jarvis's request in Grafton, West Virginia, and in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on May 10, 1908. Carnations, her mother's favorite flowers, were supplied at that first service by Miss Jarvis. White carnations were chosen because they represented the sweetness, purity and endurance of mother love. Red carnations, in time, became the symbol of a living mother. White ones now signify that one's mother has died.

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