I get confused on Mother's Day. My first instinct is to be there for my Mom. A close second, if not a full tie, is that I want to be with my kids. Do I want to be the mother or the motheree? Whose day is it really?
This Mother's Day I will pray to Jamey to let him know how much we all miss him, and how I wish I could have done more to convince him to stay with us on Earth, and how I wish he could have spent all my remaining Mother's Days with me.
It will take a world -- a world of mothers, most likely -- rich ones, poor ones, all of them empowered, all speaking the truth -- to raise a universe of daughters and sons who know to treat each other with care and with respect.
I've learned a few things in particular from my mother, whom I have watched blossom and reinvent herself time and time again throughout my life. In honor of Mother's Day, here are five marriage lessons I've learned from this awesome lady.
We sit in this room devising new and better ways to celebrate Mother's Day for you. No longer will women have to be subjected to the standard flower bouquet or foot massage cliché that we all know is getting old.