Happy Mother’s Day!

Happy Mother’s Day!

Since 1908, we have been celebrating Mothers and Motherhood unbeknownst to most of you due to my attitude and my writings in this blog I have a great mother. And I will be doing a few things this Mother’s Day weekend to celebrate her 8 plus hours of labor and the multiple years later of dealing with my ass.

Of course, it is a very commercialized holiday and it will cost ton more money to take Mom out to celebrate her it’s worth it. Of course, this is also a good reason to celebrate her year-round than just for one day of the year. Birthdays don’t count! Or that’s what I am told by her, so I take it as truth LOL. A lot of people go the traditional meal and flowers route, but I choose to do a traditional Mother’s Day card (early, like a week) then multiple visits throughout the week with comes to stuff she can actually use and I go over to her place to help do stuff that I usually have forgotten to do.

Hopefully the rest of you have a great mother and are in the same predicament as I am choosing the best gift to give or activity to do with her. As always, the challenge is there and of course I would have it no other way not because I am just competitive but also because she is worth it.

To you and yours Happy Mother’s Day!

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Happy Belated Mother’s Day

Ah man I had so much fun this weekend for Mother’s day that I forgot to schedule the Mother’s day post I wrote for the weekend… never mind. I will just post it for next year like I did St Pats day and just go lumbering along. My mind was in a different place this weekend I was in North Riverside at a place called Chef Shangrila for lunch it was Asian Pacific deco with some great food.

You wouldn’t guess how this unassuming restaurant was one that damn good and can get a ton of traffic. But the day was great, and it took us away from Oak Park, IL traffic and the asinine attitudes that come with it. We spent a couple of hours there after we went to the North Riverside theatre for, yes, Avengers: Endgame. Which was fucking fantastic!

Of all the idiots writing spoilers on the internet you would think these fucking geeks would say something, anything about the cool ass fight scene in the film between Chris Evans/Captain America and Thanos. I mean if anything we all knew about the contract situations with the main three actors of the series so something better would have been about what happened in the movie. The main thing was that the entire family loved it, even though we did not see Captain Marvel, we picked up where the storyline was going easily.

Meaning, that we had a great day and none of my family and most importantly my mother had to really be bothered with Oak Park, IL. The day was really perfect and I forgot all about posting onto the blog, so Happy belated Mother’s day to everyone and their families!