How did you celebrate Mother’s Day? Glenn Beck shared the story of his family’s non-celebration of the holiday on Monday’s “The Glenn Beck Radio Program.”
Mother’s Day should be about doing something nice for moms. Unfortunately for his wife, Tania, their daughter’s ballet teachers had other plans. Tania was up by 8 a.m. on Sunday getting their daughter ready for a recital that evening, spending 12 hours at the recital hall with the aspiring dancer.
“’Give your mother the gift of your performance,’” Glenn jokingly quoted the Russian ballet teachers who run the class. “No.”
The all-day ballet excursion was also on top of a birthday party for their daughter the day before, Glenn explained. Their daughter had wanted to go to Medieval Times, a pricey dinner-and-a-show entertainment event that would have been expensive for 15 kids. Glenn expressed his regret that they hadn’t let someone else do the entertaining, instead inviting Cheyenne’s 14 friends to their home for her party.
“It would have been worth mortgaging the house,” he quipped.