Every time Mother’s Day comes around, it’s nice, to say the least, to say thank you to the women in your life that have had the biggest impact. Without Mom, you wouldn’t be here. None of us would.
But the spirit of motherhood transcends the act of giving birth. True mothers are mentors, teachers, nurturers, life-givers. Day-in and day-out, they do thankless tasks without even dreaming of asking to be recognized or celebrated.
Not every mom is perfect. Life is difficult, and everyone makes mistakes. But without these women in our lives, everything would more difficult, less cheerful, and more lonely.
We encourage you to join us this Mother’s Day in celebrating the amazing women in our lives with a little something extra.
We want to honor one very special mother or mother-figure this year with a full spa day consisting of a 90 minute full body scrub and mud wrap followed by a 60 minute massage. We wish we could offer this to every deserving mom, but we need your help in finding one special mom to honor this year.
Do you know a woman who deserves this? Now is your chance to let the world know about her influence, to make sure these unsung heroins finally have their stories told. She can be your mother, or just an amazing woman in your life you couldn’t imagine life without.
Email their story to us, including the first and last name of your nominee (you can’t nominate yourself), and a few short paragraphs tellings us what makes them so deserving. Tell their story!
We’ll select three finalists and announce them on May 1, 2017. Then we’ll feature their stories on this blog and on social media, and let you, our clients and friends on social media, vote for their favorite. The final winner will be announce on May 8, 2017.
Send your nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org by April 30, 2017
We’re as excited to read your stories as we are to pamper the winner, so get on it!
Tom Gunn is the marketing director and blog editor for The Good Life Massage. You can hire him at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter @Elmanoroboto