Mother’s Day is only around the corner (6th March for those of you who are terrible children-I joke). Do you know how to celebrate the day, treat your mammy? If you are still not sure then here are some ideas.
The Silver Granite in Palmerstown- Who’s Eddie and a George Michael tribute act. I’ve seen both acts and they are great, really recommend seeing Who’s Eddie if you can! Tickets are just €10 but they go fast! They also have entertainment on Saturday if you can’t celebrate on the Sunday! https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010774658283&fref=ts
The Old Mill, Tallaght – Walk The Line, Johnny Cash tribute act. As far as I can tel there is no cover charge.They also have entertainment on Saturday if you can’t celebrate on the Sunday! https://www.facebook.com/oldmillpub/
The Paddocks, Clonee- Frankie Says, 80/90’s music act https://www.facebook.com/The-Paddocks-378528768887905/
Not really a big drinker?
My mam doesn’t drink so we usually go for a nice meal instead. We normally go to our local Chinese restaurant The Pattaya https://www.facebook.com/Pattaya-Thai-Chinese-274764782544738/?fref=ts but I’m thinking of having changing it up this year. You can find great offers on restaurants all over Ireland that suit your budget here:
In fact you will also find great pamper deals on hair & beauty and even gifts for the mammy!
Strapped for cash?
Want to show your love for your mam but your purse is saying no? No problem!
Cook her breakfast in bed.
Clean the house on Saturday so she can just relax on Mother’s day.
Grab some beauty products from Penneys and have your own pamper day.
If you have younger siblings why not take them off to the park or ice cream and leave your mam with some peace.
Get your mam’s favourite movie, some goodies and have a movie night.
(Do all the above and be an awesome daughter/son)
Most importantly, make sure to say thank you. For all the stuff she has done for you and still does even though you’re supposed to be an adult. For all the crap she puts up with. (Am I projecting too much?)
For those not with us
Sadly, many mothers will not be here to celebrate and I didn’t want to skip over this. Why not take the day to something your mother loved doing. Visit her favourite place. Watch her favourite movie. Celebrate her memory.
I hope this list has been helpful to you.