Everyday is Mother’s Day!!!

Contrary to popular belief, Mother’s Day is NOT the second Sunday in May. I know, you’re probably reading this thinking, this girl is crazy. Here comes another one of those semi “woke” sistas talking noise about how it’s just another manmade holiday, centered around commercialism with nothing at all do with the woman who gave you life. Typical. But it’s true. Mother’s Day is NOT May 14th. It begins the day a woman becomes a mother.

For my mother, that day came (for the third time) on July 17th, 1990 when I came into this world, prematurely at three pounds and some odd ounces. Small enough to fit into the palm of her hand, she would tell me. From that day on, everyday has been Mother’s Day. Every award, graduation, birthday, breakup, makeup, let down, disappointment, rejection, ache, pain, has been mother’s day. This includes her own ups and downs that I as a daughter, have witnessed.

So yes, Mother’s Day isn’t just reserved for one special day. We should celebrate our mothers EVERYDAY. Just like we shouldn’t wait ’til Valentine’s Day to show our love and appreciation to our spouses. Mother’s Day should be an addition, not a substitution for a whole year that we can celebrate, call, check on, love our moms!

To close, I think it’s very fitting to share a scripture that my mother instilled in me that I keep in mind this very day:

16 ‘Honor your father and mother, as the Lord your God has commanded you,

that your days may be long, and that it may be well

with you in the land which the Lord your God

is giving you.’ – Deuteronomy 5:16 (NKJV)


– A Black Girl About Town

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Graduate Student. Fashionista. Blogger. A Black Girl About Town is a fashion-forward 20-something who dresses to the nines! Her friends flock to for details on the best places to eat, shop, dance and dine. She enjoys going places and sharing the details with you! XOXO, A Black Girl About Town!

5 thoughts on “Everyday is Mother’s Day!!!

  1. I stayed off social media just to avoid reading “Happy Mother’s Day” posts. I t was refreshing reading something from someone that shares my same way of thinking. I love how you highlighted what needed to be said. Everyday is mother’s day indeed!

    1. Yessss social media has a way of making you feel this type of way concerning holidays. It’s an excuse for some people to pretend and put on this act and I was just over it, you know? Glad you enjoyed it.. 😊

    2. I agree! I steered clear of social media for the same reason. More than half the moms don’t even have accounts so they can’t even see/read it! And I had to work today and passed by restaurants with lines out the door! Ugh! My mom for sure never wants to wait long to eat; what kind of gift is that?

  2. I completely agree with you, even more so when it comes to V-day! I know there is not even money or gifts or time to ever repay my mother for the love she’s given and the sacrifices she’s made, so I try to show my appreciation as often as possible. I made her favorite muffins today though.

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