So I get to celebrate Mother's Day on the 6th March, 2016 not the American Mother's Day that falls on Sunday 8th May this year
My Son's are all British too and still live in the UK and I was lucky enough to have received a huge bouquet of beautiful flowers and this gorgeous Lenox Butterfly Meadow Teapot as a gift
Children and young people who were "in service" (as household servants) were given a day off on that date so they could visit their families (or, originally, return to their "mother" church). The children would pick wild flowers along the way to place in the church or give to their mothers. Eventually, the religious tradition evolved into the Mothering Sunday secular tradition of giving gifts to mothers.
Or if it's just a normal Sunday to you
May you have the very best and blessed day
With lots of smiles and good times