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Mother's Day Divas

Annette Hudson

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Annette Hudson
The white carnation or flower worn on Mother's Day is a tradition started by Anna Jarvis. White carnations, with their sweet fragrance, came to be regarded as the flowers meant for those who have missed their mothers. Missed, either because of death, or staying at a distance. The red carnations became the symbol for wishing a living mother love because red, the color of blood and heart, was thought to be more suited to represent life and love. Read more at http://www.theholidayspot.com/mothersday/history/carnations.htm#mEg1UQO2Dh2qkq1s.99
Posted on May 18, 2015 Slideshow

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