It’s nearly Mother’s Day. Usually I celebrate Mother’s Day by calling my mom and apologizing for not sending her a card. Being awesome, my mom says she doesn’t want a card. Look how amazing she was (and still is…even though this picture was taken a few years ago).
But this Mother’s Day, I’m giving my mom the best (and easiest) gift of all. This free gift is loosely modelled after the fill-in-the-blank letters I received from my kids when they were in kindergarten a while back. Let’s face it: if adult colouring books are the new craft-du-jour, then it follows that fill-in-the-blank cards are perfect for septuagenarian parents.
Happy Mother’s Day, Mom. (See? I’m early!)
Stay tuned for her anniversary…when I’ll give her and my dad a bouquet of flowers made from egg cartons and pipe cleaners!
Happy Mother’s Day, Mom.
If you wish to make your mom (or wife) a fill-in-the-blank Mother’s Day letter, here is the template:
Or tell me in the comments what you’d fill in the blanks…