This Sunday is Mother's Day. I think it's one of the most important holidays. Let's face it, none of us would be here without our moms, and I don't just mean the biological aspect of being a mom. I mean the fact that she probably saved our lives a million times over the course of our lives. Well, yesterday in the lunch room, we were having a conversation about what we were doing for Mother's day. Everyone had different ideas as to what they were doing, but one of my coworkers who shall remain nameless said he wasn't going to do anything because his mom had passed. Now he's married and has three kids. So of course, several of us said, what about your wife. To which he responded, "she's not my mother, I'm not doing anything for her." And he meant it. There were about 9 of us in the room. About six of us were in shock, but what was even more surprising was that there were a couple that agreed with him. I thought that was so horrible. Of course, you should get your wife a Mother's day card, gift, whatever. She is the mother of your children. At least that's what most of us thought. Still there were some, like I said that agreed with him. So simple question today on this Friday before Mother's Day. Should you buy your wife a gift for mother's day? Or are you only obligated to buy for your own mom. I say absolutely you should. What do you think? Let me know on the 98-3 TRY Facebook page.
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