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Latest Mother'S Day Items
The U.S. economy is looking slightly weaker one day before a critical report on May job growth.
One of my most unforgettable "Where were you?" sports memories doesn't involve an actual game or players, although seven teams took part. It was the NBA's first draft lottery, held Mother's Day 1985, the day after my Howard University graduation ceremony.
May, it turns out, is a manly month, and a funny one at that.
Although Mother's Day is just behind us, the spring-summer gift-giving season is by no means over. For graduates and for dads, a tech gift might loom large. (And if Mom wasn't happy with the "Hunger Games" book set you presented, something tech-oriented might get you out of the doghouse.)
The numbers for Josh Hamilton are just mind-boggling.
The only complaint about Matt Kuchar was not winning enough. He picked up a big one Sunday at The Players Championship.
Why settle for one great mom when, as any TV viewer knows, you can adopt a series of them?
Mother's Day is, of course, the day you serve the hardworking mom in your life a delicious breakfast in bed. And these baked eggs are a fantastic - and easy - way to do that.
Please, no flowers for Christy Turlington Burns this Mother's Day. No chocolates and no last-minute, convenience-store cards, either.