I was sent a set of Mothers Day Cards from Hallmark to review.
No other compensation was given and all opinions expressed are my own.
In the US, Anna M. Jarvis, born in 1864 in Webster, Va., is credited as the force behind Mother’s Day. When Jarvis was 41 years old, her mother died. On the second anniversary of her mother’s death (the second Sunday in May 1908), Jarvis made public her plans to establish a day to honor mothers.
Other sources report “mother’s day” church services on May 10, 1908, in Grafton, W. Va., and a celebration of mothers at the Wannamaker Auditorium in Philadelphia, Pa., on the same day.
The observance became official in 1914 when President Woodrow Wilson, on the left, signed a proclamation naming the second Sunday of May as a day for “public expression of our love and reverence for the mothers of our country.”
- Depending on the country, Mother’s Day is celebrated on many different days throughout the year. In the United States, Mother’s Day is always the second Sunday in May. In Mexico, it is always celebrated May 10.
- Mother’s Day is the second most-popular holiday for gift-giving, following Christmas.
- Hallmark began creating and producing Mother’s Day cards in the early 1920s.
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Giraffe too cute!!ReplyDelete
Good Moms let there kids lick beaters.ReplyDelete
I like the wood necklace card.ReplyDelete