2018 Grads Send Messages of Thanks to Mom This Mother’s Day
This Mother's Day, graduates across the country are taking a moment to express their thanks as they get ready for the real world, and Messenger is one tool they're using to do it. In fact, Mother's Day is one of the most popular days on Messenger all year.
Omid Afshar, a singer-songwriter and actor who is graduating from college this May, has an extra special thank you for his mother.
"To my beautiful mom, thank you for motivating me every day to keep on going to school and get this degree I've always dreamt of having. I can't believe the time has finally come that I am graduating from the same college as you. I feel like the luckiest son in the world to have you love and support me unconditionally. I love you so much," says Afshar.
As grads like Afshar start college or head out into the world, Messenger has many features to help grads stay connected with their moms, other motherly figures in their lives, old friends and new, as they take the next step:
Video chat. Feeling a little homesick? See your mom face-to-face, even if you won't admit you're missing her.
Get customized. Change your mom's nickname in a chat, add a custom color and set an emoji that's just for the two of you.
Chat with the group. Stay in touch with your high school or college besties even if you're going in different directions after graduation, or use group chats to get the whole family together in one place.
Use payments. Out of cash? Mom can quickly send money right through Messenger. Or with group payments, go in on a group gift for mom for Mother's Day with other family members.