Every May it’s all about cards, carnations and Anna Jarvis

As warm days inch to the forefront and those extra blankets get tucked away, the rebirth of spring appropriately signals Mother’s Day.

Mothers everywhere will maybe get a day off, a flower to wear and possibly breakfast in bed. Though experience tells me that this exuberant annual event can easily turn into more of a catastrophe than a treat.

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