Mother’s Day 2017 I wrote this article as a tribute to my mother, Barbara Hickcock Agnew. She passed away on June 21, 1993 and I still miss her to this day.
If you’re fortunate enough to have your mother still living today, then you are blessed. Now I do realize that not all mothers are created equally. Thank God for that because there are some women out there I swear should never have procreated.
I’m not saying that as a judgment by any means. I say it because there are those relationships where one’s own mother may have skipped out on a family, leaving a father single or an older child responsible to care for themselves and their siblings.
What makes a good mother?
Love, compassion, empathy, discipline, teaching children the ways of life. The most valuable lesson that I hope I’ve taught to my three children is to love God first.
I’ve always taught my children who Jesus Christ is and tried to show them what living a Christian life means.
Enjoy your time with your family or by yourself and have a Happy Mother’s Day.
You’re probably thinking to yourself, “Why is she doing an article about this in February”? If you think about it May is not that far off.
Throw pillows make great gifts. Mom can place it on the couch, her bed, heck even in the car as a pillow to sit on.
Now you can design your mom a family keepsake with all the names of her children on it. Truly a gift she will cherish for a lifetime.
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Pictures make a great keepsake. Does your mother still have photographs in a shoe box? Thousands of pictures stuck in her computer or laptop? Digital Photo Frames are so easy and convenient to show those beloved pictures.
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Are you considering making her a brunch? Check out this do it yourself video with quick tips that won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
Something I always wanted was a Keurig coffee maker. For three years I kept giving my family hints. “Hey did you see that commercial for the Keurig coffee maker? That sure would be great to have since most of you are out of the house now”.
Well two years ago while my husband and I were out and about we stopped at a garage sale. Low and behold, there it was an older Keurig for only $20.00. I couldn’t believe it. A little $20.00 bill for a machine that cost over $60.00. My husband jumped on it and we brought it home. Yes it still works.
If mom entertains a lot then the newest K-Duo Single Serve & Carafe Coffee Maker features a dual system making a perfect pot of delicious coffee, or she can enjoy a single cup of her favorite hot tea beverage or coffee pod.
You can find them on sale at Walmart, Target, Bed Bath and Beyond and all major retail stores.
Pricing ranges from $120.00 up to $150.00. Sales should be coming out so keep an eye out for your favorite store sales.
Did you know there are over eleven different machines? My daughter received one for Christmas from her family and she just raves about it. “Mom I made a frozen whole chicken in 40 minutes”. Impressive to say the least.
Price ranges anywhere from $79.99 up to $179.00.
Hand made gifts of macaroni necklaces and bracelets, finger painted hand prints, poems written out of love and more. No matter what gift you bestow upon her, your Mother deserves the very best.
There are all different names for mothers, Mom, Mamma, Mother, Ma, Mum. What makes a mom so special? Is it the fact that she bring life into this world, then does her very best to guide, coach, educate, love and show forgiveness to her children?
Let’s not forget the other women whom are raising children, step mothers. Step Mothers are just as important as mothers. They love their step children just as if they had carried them for nine months and given birth.
Make your mom something special. Gifts from the heart and love are more special than store bought. Yea right! My kids are grown now. I want gifts from the store like the Kerig, jewlery, family photos and more!!