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Mother's Day is right around the corner! While most would agree that mothers deserve loving appreciation all throughout the year, every time Mother’s Day comes around, people go a little extra, showering moms with gratitude and gifts.

According to the latest report by the National Retail Federation, Mother’s Day is the third biggest spending holiday in the US. This comes as no surprise, as 84% of Americans agree they celebrate Mother’s Day every year.  ----reference by Giedre Kronberga 

Making a card is the most common celebration, there are some card notes for celebrating Mother's Day, which may inspire you.

My mom sang a lot around the house and I thought she made up all of the songs. When I got older, I started to hear those same songs on the radio and was like “Hey, … !”
–Sarah P., Almanac editor

When I was a teenager, my mother went back to college to get her Master of Library Science—studies that required her to learn how to program computers. This put me in the unique position of being able to help my mother with her homework.
–Peter R., Almanac programmer

When I was young and all of my older siblings were in school, my mom and I would have breakfast by the kitchen window and watch the hummingbirds. We loved watching the hummingbirds!
–Colleen Q., Almanac art director

We went to Ocean City, Maryland, every summer for a week on the beach. My mom went out on the beach every sunny day and sat there, under a big umbrella. She never got a tan (she had very fair skin and burned easily). No one can remember her ever going into the water. Not once.
–Tim C., Almanac editor

Some of my happiest memories are singing songs with Mom as she played the piano. She also encouraged me to play. Even though it was a struggle at times, I am glad to have had lessons, not only because I discovered how to play an instrument but also because I learned how to read music and how the notes worked together to make a melody.
–Heidi S., Almanac editor

My Mom and I have what we’ve always kind of called “our psychic connection” because it always seems like she will call me when I’ve been thinking of her a lot that day, or I’ll call her and she’ll say she’d been thinking of me. It seems like my daughter and I also have the “psychic connection”!
—Stacey K., Almanac staff

Before I started school, Mom took me to the library every week to take out five books and return the five books from the prior week. We’d read together almost every day. 
–Colleen Q., Almanac art director

 

❤Call your mom this weekend!❤

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