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            Source:  Onion  2009-05-08  我要投稿   恒星英語學習論壇   Favorite  

            母親節英語手抄報資料:
            Despite popular belief, Mother's Day is not just a holiday invented by Hallmark, but rather it is a holiday dating back several millennia.

            The earliest known Mother’s Day originated in Ancient Greece honoring Rhea, mother of all deities, in an annual spring festival. The Romans honored Cybele, the same mother of all deities, and celebrated this festival by calling it the “Hilaria.” Early Christians continued the tradition by celebrating the Virgin Mary, on the fourth Sunday of Lent. In England, the celebration eventually expanded to include all mothers.

            Mother’s Day was not an official holiday in the United States until 1914. Modern Americans can thank the perseverance and determination of a woman named Anna Jarvis who, deeply devoted to her own mother, helped to make Mother’s Day an official U.S. holiday.

            Jarvis’s mother, Anna Maria Reeves Jarvis, was an activist during the Civil War and lost 8 of her 12 children before they reached adulthood. When she died in 1905, Anna (daughter) was distraught and vowed to devote her life to honoring her mother. Her devotion led her to strive to appoint an official U.S. holiday to recognize mothers. Though Mother’s Day had been celebrated informally for many years, Jarvis wrote many important figures (including U.S. congressmen and prosperous businessmen), imploring them to back Mother’s Day as an official holiday.

            Anna’s efforts finally paid off. In 1910, the governor of West Virginia declared Mother's Day a state holiday on the second Sunday in May. The following year, every other state followed suit. By 1914, President Woodrow Wilson signed a bill declaring Mother’s Day a Federal Holiday.

            At first, celebrations of Mother's Day were relatively private, where children would accompany their mothers to the churches where their baptisms were held. Gradually though, Mother's Day has flourished into a significant and memorable occasion where many people express their love for their mothers through thoughtful gifts and quality time with family.

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            1.To the world's number one mom!
            給世界上最好的媽媽!

            2.You are the best mom that a son ever had.
            您是兒子心中最好的媽媽。

            3.Here's a little token of my appreciation for all that you have done for me over the years.
            這是我一點小小的心意,感謝您這么多年來所付出的一切。

            4.Sometimes it may not seem like it, but I really do love you.
            有時候好像不是這樣,但是我真的愛您。

            5.I want to wish you a happy Mother's Day.
            祝福您母親節快樂。

            6.Thank you for everything over the years, mom.
            媽媽,謝謝您這些年來所做的一切。

            7.Moms should get more than a special day, they should get a medal of honor.
            媽媽們應該得到的不只是一個節日,她們該獲得榮譽勛章。

            8.Where would we be without you, mom?
            媽媽,沒有您我們將流落何方呢?

            9.On this day we all sit back and think about how much our mothers do for us.
            在這一天,我們將會抽空休息一下,想想媽媽們幫我們做了多少事。

            10.I've tried many times to tell you, but I'll say it again: I love you mother.
            我已經告訴您許多次了,但是我將再說一次:我愛您,媽媽。

            11.Though it is hard to tell you sometimes, I do love you dearly, mom.
            雖然有時要告訴您并不太容易,但是我真的非常愛您,媽媽。

            12.I may not often say it, but I do love you.
            我也許并不常掛在嘴上,但我真正愛您。

            13.There are little things that I should have said and done to show my gratitude, but it is appreciated what you do.
            盡管我為表示謝意所說的和所做的都那么少,但同樣也是表達對您所做一切的感激之情。

            14.I don't take the time to tell you this often, but I love you, mom.
            雖然我經常沒有時間告訴您,但我真的愛您,媽媽。

            15.Sometimes I cry and make you sigh, but you know that I love you so.
            有時候我哭泣而使您嘆息,但您卻知道,我是如此地愛您。


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