“God could not be everywhere, and therefore He made mothers.” ~Rudyard Kipling

Yeah, sure, we love homemade cards and macaroni necklaces, but I have enough dang noodles to make mac and cheese for dinner for a year.  And my stupid conscience won’t let me throw out the 67 construction paper cards I’ve collected over the years.  You know… the ones with the scribble scrabble you can’t even decipher?  So dads, grandparents, aunts – help a kid out.  And a mom.

What Moms Really Want for Mother’s Day:

1. A massage.

Source: someecards

Source: someecards

2. A nap.

Source: Rotten eCards

Source: Rotten eCards

3. A clean bathroom.

Source: Latin Rapper

Source: Latin Rapper

4. Bacon.

Source: Tumblr

Source: Tumblr

5. A truce.

Source: paulwreeves.blogspot.com

Source: paulwreeves.blogspot.com

6. Shoes!!!

Source: SodaHead

Source: SodaHead

7. To see an amazing movie that’s not made by Disney or all about shootin-‘em-up.

Source: We Know Memes

Source: We Know Memes

8. A drink.  (Or seven.)

Source: Anne Taintor

Source: Anne Taintor

9. An orgasm.  (Hey, they cure headaches, right??)  *This gift can only come from limited recipients, obviously.*

Source: someecards

Source: someecards

10. A day off.  From life.

Source: Karma Decay

Source: Karma Decay

Okay, so there you have it.  Now go get the wife, mom, sister, etc. something she really wants for Mother’s Day!

And Happy Mother’s Day to all of you amazing moms – You have the hardest job in the world!

My Boys :)

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