mother, mom, mamma, mother's day, love, the best dress up

Mother, the ribbons of your love are woven around my heart. ~ Author Unknown

in 1908, in west virginia, Anna Jarvis, wanted to honour her mother and on the second anniversary of her passing, she held a memorial, that in 1914 became a designated holiday in the usa.  the second sunday in may, was adopted by many countries and has become a worldwide holiday.  in some countries though, the date has changed to fit alongside of historical and religious dates.  to have a designated day to celebrate the most precious person on earth, that person who gives unconditional love, mother, is just a precious privilege.  this love is a gift; one’s heart.  honouring your mother, or a maternal person in your life, is a tradition to celebrate.  celebrating mother on her precious day is a  for thebestdressup now!

There’s a story behind everything…but behind all your stories is always your mother’s story…because hers is where yours begins. ~ Mitch Albom

About thebestdressup

ciao! thebestdressup is about being the best now in anything/everything and anywhere/everywhere. can this be possible? i will give it a heart and put my heart into it.
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14 Responses to MOTHER

  1. I never knew the history behind the day. What a wonderful post!

  2. 76sanfermo says:

    It’s new for me ,too….
    Thank you for this share!

  3. ledrakenoir says:

    There’s a story behind everything – so true… 🙂

    Thanks for this share, very interesting… 🙂

    Ciao… 😉

  4. Bless you for sharing this.

  5. Jana says:

    Amazing. Post Emma. Comme d’habitude…

  6. ciao! so sweet of you to comment…thanks 🙂

  7. d says:

    hello!!!! this is my first time visiting your blog, this is a great post and you have a great blog also… I love it! please come visit my blog some day, I have great projects and you´ll be very welcome…
    kisses dear

  8. Lyn says:

    Hi BestD,
    I lost my mother in 1985 and the more years that pass, the more I miss her. Even now, there are some days that I’ll say to myself, “Oh, I must tell Mum about this.” Crazy how your mind works 🙂

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