Have you mailed your Mom a card? A “real card?” Putting your love in writing lasts longer than flowers and chocolates. Chances are your Mom will save your “real card,” and reread it.
If you are at a loss for words, you can recall a memory of closeness and say: “Thanks for being there.” “I consider myself lucky to have you as my Mom.” “Remember that great time we had… “With love and appreciation for all the things you’ve done for me.” “Thanks for loving me, no matter what.” “All my problems melt away with one of your hugs.”
Perhaps actions speak louder than words for you and you’d like to offer Mom a “gift of time.” Commit to your promise in writing and tell Mom you’ll assist her somehow with some task she’d appreciate help with.
By all means be yourself and find your own unique way to express your love and appreciation to your Mom this coming Sunday.