Happy Mother’s Day


American-born impressionist Mary Cassatt (1844 – 1926) specialized in paintings and pastels depicting mothers and children. Our selection for this Mother’s Day, A Kiss for Baby Anne, (1897), illustrating a child being gently kissed by her devoted mother, is a warm reflection of this special day.


3 Responses to Happy Mother’s Day

  1. azgary says:

    MOM sleeps with a night light. Not because she’s afraid of the dark, but because the dark is afraid of MOM.

    MOM can divide by zero.

    An unstoppable force once encounted an immovable object. MOM took out her wooden spoon and they both immediatly cleaned up this mess.

    MOM has two wooden spoons. Their nicknames are Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

    MOM doesn’t own a wristwatch. MOM decides what time it is.

    Physicists say that Force = Mass x Acceleration. They are wrong, of course. Force = MOM x an ass-kicking.

    MOM once gave her reflection The Look. It immediately did what it was told.

    Chuck Norris once tried to roundhouse kick MOM. She took out her wooden spoon, and he immediately crapped himself. She gleefully changed his diaper with her other hand.

    Black holes are where MOM ripped the universe a new one.

    MOM told the dinosaurs to clean their rooms. They refused. Now you know.

    The year MOM was born, the US government released the film “Duck and Cover.” Coincidence? I think not.

    Happy Mother’s Day, to all of you moms at SRAZ and to the moms of all of us.

  2. Braveheart says:

    The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world.