Tag Archives: Mothers Day

Happy Mothers’ Day

It’s been a few decades since I’ve been able to wish my mom a happy Mothers Day. Although she passed away long ago, I still think about her. It’s normal and good to contemplate upon motherhood. None of us would … Continue reading

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On Mothers Day

“I’ll be a wife and mother first, then First Lady.”–Jacqueline Kennedy She was dressed up to go out on the town with dad on her birthday. While the family waited for the arrival of the baby sitter, I stood in the … Continue reading

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Thinking About Moms Today

Mom has been gone nearly 30-years already. I say “already” because when thinking of mom, 1989 seems more recent than it does regarding other events and circumstances. This love between mom my two younger siblings and me is seen through … Continue reading

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On Mothers Day

During my pre-teens, some of my friends accused me of being a momma’s boy, as if that was a bad thing to be. I don’t think I really fit the personality profile of mommas’ boys because I tried to spend … Continue reading

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