The 10 Worst Gifts for Mother's Day

With Mother’s Day quickly approaching, it is important that you choose the right gift for mom’s special day. You can’t afford to make a mistake. Excitations.com has a list of the 10 worst Mother’s Day gifts, and suggestions to keep you from spending Mother’s Day in the doghouse.

A sampling of the worst gifts…

Early Bird Dinner at the Local Buffet
Botox Party
Elastic waistband pants
ThighMaster

For more not-to-get Mother’s Day gift ideas check out the is article



One Response to “The 10 Worst Gifts for Mother's Day”

  1. Do something special for Mom, Tell the Worl how special she is Says:

    I agree that mothers should be treated special all year long not just to make them feel special for just a day. Although when that day does come each year that honors all the moms out there. We all should treat them just a little extra special. Remember if it weren’t for them and all their love and hard work we wouldn’t even be here today. There are people in the world who, because they feel their lives are so busy and important, that actually forget not only their own mom but also the mother of their own children. So here’s to all the MOMs out there who have made many sacrificies for the well being of their children…..

    Read on…

    Somebody’s Mother

    The woman was old and ragged and gray
    And bent with the chill of the Winter’s day.

    The street was wet with a recent snow
    And the woman’s feet were aged and slow.

    She stood at the crossing and waited long,
    Alone, uncared for, amid the throng

    Of human beings who passed her by
    Nor heeded the glance of her anxious eye.

    Down the street with laughter and shout,
    Glad in the freedom of ’school let out,”

    Came the boys like a flock of sheep,
    Hailing the snow piled white and deep.

    Past the woman so old and gray
    Hastened the children on their way.

    Nor offered a helping hand to her-
    So meek, so tired, afraid to stir

    Lest the carriage wheels or the horses’ feet
    Should crowd her down in the slippery street.

    At last came one of the merry troop,
    The gayest laddie of all the group;

    He paused beside her and whispered low,
    ‘I’ll help you cross, if you wish to go.”

    Her aged hand on his strong young arm
    She placed, and so, without hurt or harm,

    He guided the trembling feet along,
    Proud that his own were firm and strong.

    Then back again to his friends he went,
    His young heart happy and well content.

    ‘She’s somebody’s mother, boys, you know,
    For all she’s aged and poor and slow,

    ‘And I hope some fellow will lend a hand
    To help my mother, you understand,

    ‘If ever she’s poor and old and gray,
    When her own dear boy is far away.’

    And “somebody’s mother” bowed low her head
    In her home that night, and the prayer she said

    Was, ‘God be kind to the noble boy,
    Who is somebody’s son, and pride and joy!”

    …Mary Dow Brine

    Happy Mother’s Day…

    Do something special for MOM this Mother’s day.

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