About mother day

About mother day
About mother day

Today, across the United States, we celebrate mothers, women who love us, teach us, feed us, guide us, and raise us throughout our lives.

According to History.com, Mother's Day had its origins in the 19th century in the United States. In the years leading up to the Civil War, groups called "Mother's Day Job Clubs" were organized to teach local women how to properly care for their children.

"Mother's Friendship Day" was later celebrated as an attempt to unite former Union and Confederate soldiers after the Civil War.

This was followed by "Mother's Day of Peace", which is celebrated every 2 June by women in an effort to promote peace.

The official Mother's Day party emerged in the 1900s as a way of honoring mothers who were sacrificed for their children.

This year, in the midst of the COVID19 epidemic, many mothers are trying to educate their children.

Many people are trying to do their work from home while keeping their children out of school and at home.

Many are tasked with putting three meals a day on the table.

Many are exploring how to do family shopping with children who visit the store where masks are required or there is a limit on the number of people allowed in the store.

Still working in other hospitals, clinics, fire departments, police departments and other critical services where hiring COVID19 is a real possibility. And yet they continue to serve medical personnel and first responders without whom we could not even begin to deal with this crisis.

Today is Mother's Day, unlike anything we've seen in this nation. There is no place to take mom for a good brunch with the family. No chance for a fun family picnic at a local park or beach.

Today Mother's responsibilities are still waiting for her, and she will be ready. Take time to thank him today and return the love he gives us every day.

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