Does your mom send you annoying, passive aggressive, and judgmental email messages? Better yet, do you send them to your kids? This book's for you!
Mom: So when we come to Sydney can we stay at yours?
Me: Oh. Sure. Well, actually there are a number of awesome hotels just a two minute walk from my house. I've just emailed you a bunch of links. Have a look! Am happy to book any of them for you. But, yeah, of course you are welcome to stay at mine, if you really want to.
Mom: You were welcome to stay in my uterus for nine months, and then my house for 17 years. But I understand, a week at your apartment might be a bit ... much.
Me: Don't you passive-aggressive-smile-face-ME, woman.
Mom: F off. Love you - M
--An excerpt from "Love Mom, Poignant, Goofy, Brilliant Messages from Home."
One of our fave websites, Postcards From Yo Momma, features the funniest, most touching and incredibly relatable messages sent by your favorite (sometimes least favorite person) -- your mom.
Now, the creators of the site have written a new book called "Love Mom, Poignant, Goofy, Brilliant Messages from Home" with some of the most sweet, funny, endearing, slightly technologically inept and always just a little nagging, emails from mothers to their adult children. Reading some of them, like the ones above, makes you laugh out loud.
A wonderful gift for Mother's Day...