Mother’s Day or Not, Show Mom You Love Her
We all have that special woman in our lives that we oh so love. But despite how much we love her, we sometimes fail to let her know how much she means to us. We shouldn’t wait for that one special day in a year to tell her that. We should always take the opportunity to let her know that we do value her and think about her more than what we show. And with the advancements of technology, which we sort of take for granted, it’s a lot easier to do so. The somewhat tricky and difficult uttering of “I love you, mom,” is now made simpler and doable in this digital age. Even if she is not technologically savvy, no matter how much we’ve explained to her that LOL does not mean ‘Lots of love’, she’ll definitely appreciate your love for her no matter what form it may come in. To get you started, here are a few small gestures to send her some digital love.
Show her your appreciation for her with a throwback picture of you and her of the yesteryears.
Make her her own personal emoji with the Imoji app.
Be Tweet To Her
Use Twitter to share with your followers some quotable quotes from her, whether they be serious life lessons or funny ones.
Give Her Some Facetime
Include her in your Facebook profile cover photo and introduce her to the whole world. It may not you give some face time with her, but it will literally give the rest of your friends and followers some face time with her.
Dedicate a playlist to her or better yet, make a video dedication expressing your love and devotion for her.
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