Where did it start?
It all goes back as far as the ancient Greece and Roman Empire but history of Mother's day can also be traced to UK, where a Mothering Sunday was celebrated annually and children gifted their mothers with flowers and small gifts for several centuries now. Today, it is all about tradition but also so much more!
100 Years of saying thank you!Some dates may vary, but the year 2015 is by many considered the 100th “birthday” of this very special celebration and we better start thinking of it early! Today the festival of Mother’s day is celebrated across 46 countries (though on different dates) and it is a hugely popular affair. Millions of people across the globe take the day as an opportunity to honour their mothers, thank them for their efforts in giving them life, raising them and being their constant support and well wisher.
Today, Mother's Day is always celebrated on the second Sunday in May (this year it is the 10th of May!) when spring flowers are in bloom, the weather is warm and our thoughts happy. Join us to honour the women who raised the us—and all the mothers who sacrificed for their children.
Although here is probably no way we can ever really thank our mother for all she does for us nevertheless we must make it a habit to keep reminding ourselves of the various sacrifices she made while raising us. Mothers' Day is the best time to say in words how much you love and care for your mum, although the bast practice is to do so every day of course :).