BYU-I students urged to celebrate mothers

Scroll Archive

Scroll Archive

With all of the work and stress on your shoulders you may not have realized that an important holiday is coming up this weekend.

That’s right, Mother’s Day.

The day we dedicate to the person who gave us life, love and their time.

The United States’ celebration of Mother’s Day started in 1914, and was conceived by Anna Jarvis as a day to honor mothers for their sacrifices to their families and children. It is always on the second Sunday in May. This year it is on May 10.

If you haven’t already purchased or planned your mother’s gift there is still time to help make her day special

In a survey by, 119 mothers shared what they really wanted. The most popular response was love and thanks from their children.

If you’re in college and don’t have the money to buy your mom a gift, then make sure to write her a nice letter thanking her for all that she has and continues to do for you.

Above all be sure to give her a call this Sunday to express your appreciation for her.

'BYU-I students urged to celebrate mothers' has no comments

Be the first to comment this post!

Would you like to share your thoughts?

Your email address will not be published.

Copyright 2015 BYU-I Scroll