It’s confusing me every year…
Well, I think I should have read up on that religious holiday in April 2011 because I would have gathered that Mothering Sunday (not exactly Mother’s Day) falls on the fourth Sunday in Lent exactly three weeks before Easter. That is why it moves as Easter has something to do with the moon. It is the first Sunday after the ecclesiastical full moon.
Britain for foreigners:
Britain can be confusing! There is a Mother’s Day but you never know exactly when. Can be in March or in April. Today, for example, is Mother’s Day 2011 (Uhm, 2018 😉 ). It has become one of our most important shopping days and one wonders what is it really about: Mothers or making money.
Well, that is all I want to say about it for this year!
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