I hate Mother’s Day. Don’t get me wrong. I love my mom and I love being a mom, even if my sweet baby boy has morphed into a moody teenager. It’s the day itself I dislike, and specifically my family’s tradition of going out to eat on that Sunday afternoon. We are among the millions of Americans helping to make Mother’s Day the second-most popular dining out occasion, according to the National Restaurant Association. Long ago I decided that if my family ever encountered a ...
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