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6. Take care of a week’s worth of household tasks. One Mother’s Day, “my hubby and kiddos surprised me with a card that announced it was Mother’s Day Week,” reader swsunshine writes. “They said I could relax, and they were going to take on all the chores and cooking that week. I have been married for 20 years and this was a first. I was totally surprised and may have shed a tear.”To do this yourself, attach a blank numbered list to your Mother’s Day card and invite Mom to write down tasks she’d like done that week. Hang it on the fridge to remind you of your new duties. You’ll finish with a whole new appreciation for all that your mother does for you — and maybe an idea of a task or two you can take on from here.