It’s for the moms who are sitting on the toilet — the first time today they’ve sat down for more than a minute.
It’s for the moms who are wrapping Chanukah presents or stuffing Christmas stockings.
It’s for the moms who are sitting in their cars in the garage, listening to that song that reminds them of back in the day when they could just come and go as they pleased without first having to make sure they packed extra snacks or had the bag of soccer balls in the way back.
It’s for the moms who wish their cars didn’t have a “way back.”
It’s for the moms who just want to make a dinner without having to break up a fight over the xBox.
It’s for the moms who are on hold with tech support (again), and don’t have enough mental bandwidth to remember how to do seventh grade algebra at the moment.
It’s for the moms who manage to Google “bisector” on their cell phone and explain it to the kid with the algebra work sheet anyhow, while simultaneously wiring the router as per the automatic tech support on the phone.
In other words, it’s for the moms who can do the math.
It’s for the moms who would prefer to finish taking a bath without having to put the wheels back on the Tonka truck — again.
It’s for the moms who are watching a soap opera starring Barbie and Ken set atop their newspaper that’s heavy on dialogue, but light on plot.
It’s for the moms who just got a new iPad that doesn’t yet have grubby little fingerprints on it.
It’s for the moms who took care of everyone else while they had the stomach flu, and is now feeling a tad queasy.
It’s for you, Mom. And you just have to go to West 27th Street in Manhattan to find it.
Where would you post this sign?