If you really think about it, Mother's Day is the perfect opportunity to make up for all those times you gave mom a hard time during your youth. After all, a bouquet of daffodils now definitely excuses that time you snuck out of the house at 2 am. And a box of gourmet truffles? The perfect antidote to the antique china you broke while running around like a wild banshee.
But while flowers and chocolate are dandy, they don't last long. Treat Mom to one of these five Mother's Day gifts she'll both use and love for years to come:
With Mother's Day coming up, the offspring of these rock star moms have to be wondering: what do you get the mother who has fame, fortune and the coolest job on the planet? Check out our gallery and see the women who can carry a tune and a Baby Björn, too
The Easter practice of egg decorating has meaning behind it: the egg itself represents rebirth, something early Pagans celebrated during the spring season, and was later adopted by Christians to represent the resurrection themes of the Easter holiday. Back in the olden days, colored eggs were decorated in springy hues and given away to lovers and friends sort of the same way we do with Valentines. The egg tradition has held over as the holiday evolved, with most people using store-bought dyeing packages to color their hard boileds.
This year, stray from the usual and create unique Easter egg decorations with the help of these video tutorials.
Though technically a religious holiday, Easter has become more synonymous with milk chocolate candies in the shapes of eggs and bunnies, fruity snacks in springy hues and all sorts of decadent desserts. Stock up on the goods in stores, but also think about making a few of your own delectable treats this year.
We imagine that at this point in the spring season, you've stocked up on loads of chocolate (or are anticipating a victorious post-Easter candy sale), faux grass and enough hardboiled eggs to live off of for the next six months. You've probably even posed with the Easter bunny, or at least passed one or two in the mall. But do you know why Easter is affiliated with such unique traditions?
Tiger Woods charged, Rory McIlory imploded, and in the end South African Charl Schwartzel took the Green Jacket at the 76th Masters championship.
During the wildest Sunday at Augusta National in recent memory third round leader McIlory's ugly triple bogey on the tenth hole left nine players -- representing every continent on earth besides Antarctic -- within two strokes of the lead.
While the Easter bunny is generally well-regarded for its fluffy belly, alert ears and too-cute buck teeth, some humans just aren't so fond of the creature. We're talking about young kiddos who -- when faced with the giant creature every Easter holiday -- erupt into a fountain of tears, traumatic screams and eyes bulging out of their sockets.
It's almost as if adults just want a little entertainment for the day. So, come Easter, they encourage a little PTSD by way of bunny rabbit.
21-Year-old Northern Irishman Rory McIlroy holds a two-shot lead after two rounds at the Masters, but the big news out of Augusta on Friday was the charge up the leaderboard by two of the tournament's most familiar faces.
In the morning, it was perennial fan favorite Fred Couples turning back the clock for the second
While this has always seemed to be a bold, hard-to-justify statement, when one looks back at the last 25 years of action at Augusta one can't help but conclude the championship does at least have a tradition of producing some pretty memorable moments involving some of golf's biggest names.
We've compiled a list of our five favorite Masters moments of the last 25 years below:
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