Since 1910, Mother’s Day is celebrated the 2nd Sunday in May as a day to honor mothers, grandmothers, or wives with something out of the ordinary to make them feel extraordinary and honored. How will you honor your mom to let her know she is special every day?
Being a mom is harder than it seems. Motherhood is not about birthing a child as much as being number one caretaker, cook, housekeeper, role model, teacher, influencer, protector, disciplinarian, and your biggest cheerleader. Mothers, or someone who plays the role of your mother, will fight relentlessly in your behalf if she feels you were wronged. A mother is a selfless, loving human who must sacrifice many of her wants and needs for the wants and needs of her children. A mother works hard to make sure her child is equipped with the knowledge, skills and abilities to make it as a competent human being.
Who else do you know that would fight for you like a bear?
Typical Mother’s Day gifts include flowers, a fine meal, possibly jewelry, clothing, and occasionally maid service. Maid Service is a gift that keeps giving every 2 weeks while helping the entire family spend more valuable time together. There is never enough time to do memorable activities that last a lifetime. Before you know it, family members have other committed obligations and no time!
Have you considered taking her out to eat and letting her come home to a clean home? Maybe 3 months of bi-monthly cleanings? If she has never used our service we suggest a Deep Cleaning first, followed up with a Basic Cleaning. Contact us for details at (832) 928-1690. Mother’s Day is the busiest day for florists, restaurants, and maid services.
“No one has loved you like your mom and no one ever will. Her love is the purest of all”
What is your favorite memory of your mom? We would love to hear from you! We will post on our social media sites if you send us a Facebook message.