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Parents Day Cards For Students And Children

Parent's Day Cards

“By the time a man realizes that maybe his father was right, he usually has a son who thinks he’s wrong.” ~ Charles Wordsworth Parents day is meant to celebrate and cherish the most important people in your life, your parents. Parents nurture their children with love and care; make sacrifices and work hard to give their children the best …

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Personalized Gifts For Parents: Parents Day Culture And Traditions

Personalized Gifts For Parents - Parent's Day

“I’ll always remember, those were the best of times, I’ll cherish them forever, the best of times”. So go the lyrics to the song ‘The Best of Times’ by American progressive legends Dream Theater. The song was written by Mike Portnoy, the drummer of the band, as a tribute to his father who died of cancer. What’s more, the song …

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Thank You Cards For Parents: Parents Day Culture And Traditions

Thank You Cards For Parents - Parent's Day

Thank you cards for parents! Now, aren’t they the greatest yet simplest of ways of letting your parents know that you care or know that you will always be there for them? Sadly, when it comes to thank you cards and parents, most children take a few lines from a poem and try passing it off as words that help …

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A Tribute To Mothers: World Mothers Day Culture And Traditions

A Tribute To Mothers: World Culture & Traditions

On Mothers Day, pay your most humble tribute to Mother! Mothers are everything for us when we are small… our lives revolve around her. For everything that we need we call mother. To protect us from all perceivable dangers we want her around us. To take us out we hold her arms. To kiss away our wounds we run to …

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Mothers Day Proclamation: Julia Ward Howe

Mother's Day Proclamation - Julia Ward Howe

This powerful Proclamation was made by Julia Ward Howe in the advocacy for the need of official celebration of Mother’s Day in Boston, United States of America in 1870. Miss Howe was the first person in US to recognize the need for Mother’s Day holiday. She was successful in raising awareness amongst the masses and pushing her plead to the …

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Mothers Day History: About Julia Ward Howe And Anna Jarvis

Mother's Day History: Then & Now

Origin of Mother’s Day goes back to the era of ancient Greek and Romans. But the roots of Mother’s Day history can also be traced in UK where a Mothering Sunday was celebrated much before the festival saw the light of the day in US. However, the celebration of the festival as it is seen today is a recent phenomenon …

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