Who Else but a Mother?
By Cathy Hamilton
Who else but a mother would drive at breakneck speed, ignoring traffic signs and risking her "preferred driver" status, just to make it to a soccer match on time?
How do you thank a mom who goes above and beyond her motherly duty? You could present her with clunky ceramic candlesticks made in third grade art class that she’ll display at all times–even when company comes. Or there’s Cathy Hamilton’s latest book, Who Else but a Mother?, which celebrates Mom and all the quirky and heroic ways she keeps her household held together–occasionally with the aid of superglue.
After all, who else but a mother . . .
* Would smile and pretend that everything is perfectly normal, even though her precious child is standing stark naked in the middle of her dinner party?
Perfect for Mother’s Day, Who Else but a Mother? is the gift to show her you notice and appreciate all the loopy and loving things she does.
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