A New Old Look at Mother’s Day

10 May

Mother’s Day is upon us. Celebrating motherhood is worth doing–but so also is taking a longer view. This link to a piece by historian Heather Cox Richardson on the origins of Mother’s Day provides a thought-provoking perspective:

The Historical Society: A New Old Look at Mother’s Day.

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One Response to “A New Old Look at Mother’s Day”

  1. billyriel1971 May 12, 2013 at 1:59 pm #

    Hi Doug….thanks for stopping by to “like” my recent post about the Wild Things documentary….and for following my blog – much appreciated. This looks like a great site and I look forward to reading thru your posts…..I love the collection of books you have in that one photo of your office! I saw some titles that look interesting! 🙂

    Thanks,
    Chad

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