As mothers, we work hard to raise our children to be kind, good, spiritual and self sufficient adults.
We become chauffeurs, cheerleaders, chefs, maids, short-order cooks and nurses over night.
Some of us give up careers.
Some of us do both.
We don't ask for much in return.
A sticky kiss and an "I love you, Mommy" will more than suffice.
A handmade card from her child can bring a Mom to tears.
Women can be complicated, but what Moms want is simple.
We simply want to be loved and appreciated.
I read this article last month that has stayed with me.
It focuses on "Thank You" being two words that can change your marriage.
I think it also applies to children in respect to their parents.
I am guessing that in most cases, a heartfelt "Thank You" will rank right there at the top of any Mother's Day gift list.
If you still are unsure or don't believe me, watch this.(There is an advertisement I couldn't get rid of, but the good part starts about 50 seconds in)