Unless you’re some kind of mystical exception, you have a mother. Everyone has a mother and chances are that she put up with you in all your moments of teething, diapers, teenage rebellions and phases of self-discovery.
Whether she’s always been supportive of your decisions or put her foot down against lousy grades, bad teenage hygiene or breaking curfews, your mom has always had your best interests at heart. It would be a real shame not to show her some thanks (and some love) come Mother’s Day. (And do not ever forget that your wife, Mother-In-Law and maybe a few others in your life fall into this category as well).
We’ve rounded up a few easily acquired Corydon Ave area options that will have mom feeling all the love.
Beyond Flowers on Lilac St is jumping for joy. The hydrangeas from B.C. are back just in time for Mother’s Day. They come in the prettiest shades and Mom would be happy with any of them.
Brush Fire Ceramic Studio at 1700 Corydon Ave knows how to make Mom smile. A custom personalized mug, plate or bowl would be something she’ll cherish for years. You can also pick from one Brush Fire’s pieces that have already been handmade.
When it comes to making those special ladies feel special, Spa Botanica at 1459 Corydon Ave may have just the thing. They are offering a Mother & Daughter Special which includes facials or massages plus two pedicures and two manicures for $199. They also have a single special that includes a body wrap, facial, pedicure and a manicure for $139.
Radiance Gifts at 875 Corydon has an incredible selection of pieces that would be ideal for that special lady. Rose quartz hearts are always a great gift. Check out their “Jewelry with a Purpose” selection of earrings, rings, necklaces and pendants.
Let’s face it – moms are the best – and one of the ways to say ‘thank you’ this Mother’s Day is to truly WOW her. The Diamond Gallery at 1735 Corydon Ave might be just the place to pick up that wow. The Malbranck’s have created some special one of kind pieces that sends a message that mom will remember long after Mother’s Day is over.