To celebrate this special day, SayingImages shares the best quotes, text messages, greetings, poems and pinnable images of Happy Mother’s Day.
Mother’s Day is a special day for beloved mothers in our family, society and the world. Anna Jarvis campaigned in 1905 to make Mother’s Day a holiday in America. Her mother died the same year and she wanted to commemorate her mother, a peace activist, who tended to hurt soldiers during the Civil War. In addition, Jarvis wanted to address public health issues during the Mother’s Day celebration.
The proposal was rejected and the legislators even joked that if they give Mother’s Day, then Mother’s Day should be celebrated. Fortunately, in 1911, Mother’s Day was a holiday.
Visit your mother, call her on the phone or send her a Happy Mothers Day Quotes on Facebook. Tell her how much you love her and how special she is for you. And while you’re there, congratulate all the mothers of the world wishing them a Happy Mother’s Day!
A mother is someone who sees that there are only four pieces of pie for five people, announcing quickly that she has never been interested in pie.
Mom was my greatest teacher, a teacher of compassion, love and fearlessness. If love is sweet as a flower, my mother is that sweet flower of love.
Maternal love is the fuel that allows a normal human being to do the impossible. -Marion C. Garretty, cited in A teaspoon of chicken soup for the soul of the mother
For More Collection of 2019 Happy Mother’s Day Quotes
Life began with the awakening and the love of my mother’s face. -Gorge Eliot
Hundreds of bees in purple clover,
Hundreds of butterflies on the lawn,
But only one mother in the whole world.
Mother’s Day Quotes – A collection of quotes to thank mothers on their special day. From Abraham Lincoln to George Eliot, we are here for you. Some inspiring, some funny and all sure to generate some empathy for that special person in your lives.
Mom’s Quotes and Sayings – Other more interesting quotes and quotes about mom. Includes one of my favorites: “God could not be everywhere, and so he made mothers.” – Rudyard Kipling