MOTHERS’ DAY

The beginning of Mother’s Day was the project of ANNA JARVIS, who, in 1905; the day her mother died, wanted to honor her, and held a public memorial in Grafton, West Virginia, her mother’s hometown. Ms. Jarvis continued to campaign for an annual holiday, acknowledging parents, and it was first observed nationwide on May 10, 1908. Mother’s Day is always on the second Sunday of May each year, as an acknowledgment of the contributions made by all parents in America.

                        A little Prose in honor of Mothers:

To MOM:

It is wonderful to know that our family

Is held together by a chain of love

That is so strong it will never be broken

Because you are the Strongest Link

                         HAPPY MOTHERS’ DAY TO ALL MOMS

                                                                                     PAULA

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