HEY MAMA’S BOY….LOL….FELLAS “NEVER” 4GET MOTHERS DAY…..

HAPPY MOTHERS TO MY MOM,GRANDMOTHERS,AND AUNTIE…..ALSO TO ALL THE MOTHERS!

G.MILLS AND MOM DUKES…….MY YOUNG BUCK DAYS

G.MILLS AND MOM DUKES PARTYIN TOGETHER

A COUPLE TIPS FOR THE FELLAS:

For about as long as we’ve had mothers, we’ve had some version of Mother’s Day, and for good reason. Whoever you are, and whatever you’ve accomplished in your life, your mom has already taken care of the hard part. The point of the holiday is to show your appreciation for how she’s raised you and everything she’s done for you (you also owe her the fact that you exist at all).

Make Mother’s Day count

There are plenty of ways to take care of your mom on Mother’s Day, but a lot of the common suggestions, like buying flowers, don’t necessarily apply to all moms. It’s up to you to know how to make the day special. For instance, if your mom is an outdoorsy person who would love an all-day hike in beautiful weather, feel free to skip all the traditional advice and spend the whole day that way. Use your imagination. Take her to a pottery class, visit the aviary, go to a musical you’d otherwise never be able to tolerate — any big gesture that shows you’re a considerate, attentive son who actually knows her interests. That said, here are some general rules that apply to pretty much all mothers for you to follow.

1- Make something personalized

If you know there’s some material gift your mom really wants, then by all means, go for it — a present that shows you’ve paid some attention, and that’s actually going to get some use, will always be appreciated. On the other hand, rolling up with a huge television or unneeded new dishwasher, no matter how impressive and costly, won’t mean as much as a small, personalized gift with emotional value. Every rule about being too cheesy or overly sentimental goes out the window when moms are involved, so man up and make a scrapbook, photo album or handmade card (almost anything that involves photographs is usually a safe bet). Don’t shy away from poetry or relevant literary quotes, either. If anyone’s going to find that sort of thing touching instead of sappy, it’s your mom.

2) Cook her a meal

One of the goals of Mother’s Day is to let your mom relax and not worry about all the responsibilities she’s been dealing with since forever. Making a big, impressive meal is a perfect way to do something for her that she’s always done for everyone else (without, of course, letting her do any of the work). Even if cooking isn’t your strong suit, doing your best is an unmistakable gesture, so prepare in advance for something you can actually make, buy fresh ingredients and spare no expense on a Mother’s Day brunch, lunch or dinner. Whether you invite her to your home or cook in her kitchen, again, do not let her do any of the cleanup (though she’ll almost certainly try). That’s not her job today.

3) Plan something for the future

One of the very best gifts you can give on Mother’s Day is the indication that you’re not making your grudging appearance once a year purely because you’re supposed to. Before the day is over, work on planning something for the near future. Don’t just suggest that you’ll swing by at some point — indefinite plans are easy to forget. Instead, settle on a day and an idea, like taking her to a day spa, going to a movie or just having lunch. If it was tough for you to think of anything unique to do for this Mother’s Day, now is the time to figure out what she’d like to do, and to avoid that uncertainty down the line. It’s an ideal way to show that your relationship with your mom isn’t just an obligation, and that all of this Mother’s Day sentimentality is actually genuine.

treat mom to something original

The most important thing is that you do something, anything. If you’re not too close to your mom, you really have no idea what to do or you’re a thousand miles away, don’t stress too much about the particulars and just visit or call so she feels remembered. Regardless of what obstacle prevents you from a Hallmark Mother’s Day, the fact that you actually care, and took the occasion to show that, is what matters here.

SHOUT OUT TO THE CELEBS AND THEIR MOMS:

CLASSIC PHOTOS OF FALLEN SOLIDERS AND THEIR MOTHERS: RIP GOOD BROTHAS!!!!!!!!

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