Once a mother, always a mother. Happy Mother’s Day to all mothers around the world, but most important, to my mother.
Thanks, mama for the nine months you have carried me. Thanks for all the sacrifices you have made.
Thanks for the love, the warmth, and the care you have given me. I can still remember cuddling up in your lap when we were at church or one of our neighbor’s house.
When I was hungry, you fed me. And when we were down to the last slice of bread, you would break it into halves; one half for me, one half for my brother and nothing for you.
You were my eyes when I could not see. You carried me when I could not walk. Thanks for the values you have passed on to me.
Valentine’s Day is upon us and even though many of us declared in public that we do not observe the day, secretly we do. None of us, especially men, wants to be the one who forgot to send a gift or a Valentine’s card to his special someone.
So, if you had forgotten to do something special last year you still have time to spring a surprise this year. Here is a link with some tasty recipes I grabbed off the internet. Enjoy. Happy Valentine’s Day!
Valentine’s Day happens to fall on a Sunday this year, so, if you’re not plotting an elaborate dinner for your special someone, brunch together is another great option. But, just as with dinner, we counsel against going out to eat on the holiday—especially since serving your partner breakfast in bed is about as romantic as it gets. Here are 20 breakfast and brunch recipes to help you win the Valentine of the Year Award.
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