A Good Dinner and Online Bingo Treat for a Mother’s Day Gift

“A mother's happiness is like a beacon, lighting up the future but reflected also on the past in the guise of fond memories.”  ~Honoré de Balzac

My mom is already 70 years old and we, my siblings and I make sure to make her happy especially on important occasions such as her birthday, Christmas, New Year and Mother’s Day. One of the ways to show gratitude and let her feel that she is very important to us is to give her life’s pleasures.

Mother’s Day is always quite special in our family because, my three other sisters and I are already mother’s too, so come May 13, 2012, we will all take her out for a fine dining, my dad of course will come with us and our families too. We have planned for this delightful dinner months ago, so we were able to reserved tables for the whole family.

Online bingo is one of my mom’s favorite pastime aside from solitaire, she plays it for free just for clean fun and entertainment. She and my dad had been hooked up to their computer enjoying the game for merriment to ease boredom.  It also gives them high spirits because they can chat among the other online bingo players of different nationalities that match their age. They enter Bingo sites like Onlinebingo.com, Diva Bingo, William Hill Bingo, Foxy Bingo and more.

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And because my mom is a bingo lover, she will surely be surprised to receive the pre-bought tickets we availed for her favorite online game.  After a hearty dinner with the whole family, she and our father can still extend the enjoyment of the celebration through playing their game of preference on the next day and this time she can have a chance to win the jackpot with monetary or cash equivalent instead of points.

A good dinner and a bingo blow-out ticket will surely complete a day of gladness. Another memorable moment for my mom and the whole family


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