Top Gifts for Mom
Now that's what I call a powerful mom!
Women's shoe size 5-10. 55% nylon; 43% combed cotton; 2% spandex.
We don't get off the couch for less than $10,000 a day. Maybe not even then. And by we I mean me and my sweatpants.
Women's shoe size 5-10. 52% nylon; 47% combed cotton; 1% spandex.
FRIENDS: HAIR SCRUNCHIES
Look your best with these hair scrunchies featuring favorites from Friends.
Pack of 3 (different varieties)
Who are we kidding, you don't have to "listen close." A sound that big travels far. Heck, it even echoes! 95% post consumer recycled material.
Super-absorbent - 100% unbleached cotton - 28"h x 21"w
How do I love thee? Let me count the glasses.
Super-insulated. 100% cotton.
SPIT SHINE DUSTING MITT
Get rid of the drama llama that is your average duster with the microfiber dusting and polishing mitt.
Classy AF 3-Pack Journals Set contains:
Why Heels Work Even at the Gym
How To Be Classy AF
Champagnes That Pair with Solo Cups
Comes with three different journals (4” x 5.5”) banded together. Journals are pocket-sized with rounded corners, blank pages and sturdy red, kraft brown, and black covers.
JOURNALS FOR WINOS
It's ten a.m. somewhere.
Winos 3-Pack Journals Set Contains:
Best Breakfast Chardonnays
Wines That Pair Well with Other Wines
Energizing Wines for the Shower
Comes with three different 4" x 5.5" journals banded together.
Journals are pocket-sized with rounded corners, blank pages, and sturdy yellow, kraft brown, and black covers.
Joan and Melissa Rivers had one of the most celebrated mother-daughter relationships of all time. If you think Joan said some outrageous things to her audiences as a comedian, you won’t believe what she said and did in private. Her love for her daughter knew no bounds—or boundaries, apparently. ("Melissa, I acknowledge that you have boundaries. I just choose to not respect them.") In The Book of Joan: Tales of Mirth, Mischief and Manipulation, Melissa shares stories (like when she was nine months old and her parents delivered her to Johnny Carson as a birthday gift), bon mots (“Missy, is there anything better than seeing a really good looking couple pushing a baby that looks like a Sasquatch who got caught in a house fire?”), and life lessons from growing up in the Rosenberg-Rivers household (“I can do tips and discounts and figure out the number of gay men in an audience to make it a good show. That’s all the math you’ll ever need.”). These were just the tip of the iceberg when it came to life in the family that Melissa describes as more Addams than Cleaver. And at the center of it all was a tiny blond force of nature.
In The Book of Joan, Melissa Rivers relates funny, poignant and irreverent observations, thoughts, and tales about the woman who raised her and is the reason she considers Valium one of the four basic food groups.
If you think Joan Rivers said funny, outrageous, and ridiculous things ONSTAGE, wait ’til you read the funny, outrageous, and ridiculous things she said OFFSTAGE…things that will make you laugh out loud…and keep Melissa in therapy for the foreseeable future.
The only thing my mother loved more than making people laugh was lying…or as she’d say, “embellishing.” Her motto was: “Why let the truth ruin a good story?”
This book contains some of those stories.