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Everything About Mothers Day

EVERYTHING ABOUT MOTHERS DAY We Love You. om! Mother's Day is an annual holiday intended to recognize the important contribution that Mothers make to their families and society as a whole. In Canada and the United States it is celebrated on the second Sunday of every May & and the traditional gift for MOM is flowers. So here are some facts about this holiday honoring those that play such an ─░mportant role in each of our lives. 3 33 3 33 Mother's Day Around The World Today Mother's Day is celebrated in almost 50 COuntries around the world. In most countries, Mother's Day is a recent observance derived frOM the holiday as it has evolved in North America and Europe. When it was adopted by other countries and cultures, it was given different meanings, associated to different events, and celebrated SOMetimes on different dates. In France, Mother's Day is referred to as Fete des Meres. Mother's Day is celebrated on the last Sunday in May and is treated More like a family birthday, Families gather for a special Meal In Spain Mother's Day is celebrated on the 8th of December. It is closely associated with Mother Mary - the Mother of JesuS. In Sweden Mother's Day is on the last Sunday in May and is a family holiday. The Swedish Red Cross sells small plastic flowers on the days, leading up to Mother's Day and the money raised is used to help Fneedy Mothers and their children. In Yugoslavia on "Materitse," "Materice," or Mother's Day, the children tie up their Mother, releasing her only when she has paid them to do so with sweets or other goodies. In India Mother's Day is celebrated nationally on 19 August. MOTHERS DAY TRIVAS An ATET survey estimated that 122.5 million phone calls to MOM are Made on Mother's Day. Other Mother's Day findings revealed that II percent of people never call their Mothers, and 3 percent of the 68 percent planning to ring MOM up called her collect. The carnation is the flower Most often associated with Mother's Day. Red and pink carnations for MOMS who are still living, and white carnations for mothers that have passed away. Brought to you by: GOURMANDIA Source(s): http://www.growerdirect.coM/Mothers-day-facts CANADA wWw.gourmandia.ca EVERYTHING ABOUT MOTHERS DAY We Love You. om! Mother's Day is an annual holiday intended to recognize the important contribution that Mothers make to their families and society as a whole. In Canada and the United States it is celebrated on the second Sunday of every May & and the traditional gift for MOM is flowers. So here are some facts about this holiday honoring those that play such an ─░mportant role in each of our lives. 3 33 3 33 Mother's Day Around The World Today Mother's Day is celebrated in almost 50 COuntries around the world. In most countries, Mother's Day is a recent observance derived frOM the holiday as it has evolved in North America and Europe. When it was adopted by other countries and cultures, it was given different meanings, associated to different events, and celebrated SOMetimes on different dates. In France, Mother's Day is referred to as Fete des Meres. Mother's Day is celebrated on the last Sunday in May and is treated More like a family birthday, Families gather for a special Meal In Spain Mother's Day is celebrated on the 8th of December. It is closely associated with Mother Mary - the Mother of JesuS. In Sweden Mother's Day is on the last Sunday in May and is a family holiday. The Swedish Red Cross sells small plastic flowers on the days, leading up to Mother's Day and the money raised is used to help Fneedy Mothers and their children. In Yugoslavia on "Materitse," "Materice," or Mother's Day, the children tie up their Mother, releasing her only when she has paid them to do so with sweets or other goodies. In India Mother's Day is celebrated nationally on 19 August. MOTHERS DAY TRIVAS An ATET survey estimated that 122.5 million phone calls to MOM are Made on Mother's Day. Other Mother's Day findings revealed that II percent of people never call their Mothers, and 3 percent of the 68 percent planning to ring MOM up called her collect. The carnation is the flower Most often associated with Mother's Day. Red and pink carnations for MOMS who are still living, and white carnations for mothers that have passed away. Brought to you by: GOURMANDIA Source(s): http://www.growerdirect.coM/Mothers-day-facts CANADA wWw.gourmandia.ca

Everything About Mothers Day

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Mother's Day is fast approaching, so here I made an infographics that pertains to this certain event.

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