Actually, I'm thankful every day, but that's not really the point.
I suggested to FI that we go to church with his grandmother on Sunday for Mother's Day (since she raised him and all). We'll go to Mass Saturday night so we can have our Liturgy, our Eucharist, our own religious celebration, then we'll go to Lutheran church with her on Sunday. It will make her happy, and it's no real inconvenience to us.
So we told gma that, and she immediately started in on her son (FI's dad) and daughter (FI's aunt), about how they should go to church with her, too, and she's old and it might be her last Mother's Day and if they don't do this, they don't love her and etc., etc., etc.
Well, FI's dad was attending a Brethren Church and is now going to a Bible Baptist church of some kind; FI's aunt attends one of those non-denominational churches with fifty-seven bazillion people that meets in an old car dealership. For both of them, going to her church will mean missing their own.
Thanks to the beauty of vigil Mass, we get to attend our own church AND her church, thus making her very happy! (Until Sunday morning, when we both refuse to take communion and we're once again on her sh!t list).
I'm gonna go with 'not my circus, not my monkeys.'