Comedians – both living and passed – offer a few thoughts on motherhood:
My friend Myron tells me, “Last year on Mother’s Day the whole family got together for a big dinner, and afterward when mom started to clean up, I said to her “Don’t bother with those dishes mom. Today is Mother’s Day. You can always do them tomorrow.” – Joey Adams
This from Wendy Liebman: I think I’d be a good mother. Maybe a little overprotective; like I would never let the kid out – of my body.
A woman came to ask the doctor if a woman should have children after thirty-five. The doctor said, “Thirty-five children is enough for any woman!” – Gracie Allen
When my mom got really mad, she would say, “Your butt is my meat.” Not a particularly attractive phrase. And I always wondered: now, what wine goes with that? – Paula Poundstone