Monday, May 9, 2016

Happy Mother's Day 2016

Or Happy Mothers' Day

What a conundrum?! 
The day celebrates all mothers, plural, but is specific to your own mother, singular. I guess it is correct either way.
Even if grammar check disagrees. (giggles)
We want to send our love and wishes out to all women who work hard for and love their families.
Whether those families include children in the traditional sense or not.
Hope you all had a great day!
Hugs around!

Best wishes,


  1. Happy Mother's Day! (belated) :)

    ginnie /

  2. Hope you had a wonderful day! LOL @ the grammatical conundrum. Do you remember when we had the grammatically incorrect license plate saying in Pennsylvania?

    1. Yes, I do. I tried to justify it as a colloquialism. :-D