Category Archives: Motherhood

The simplest memories of childhood

Riding the springy rocking horse as Charlie’s Angels Chicken and dumplings at the table Grandma’s velvety wallpaper Forts, hideaways, and hot lava carpet Hours in the pool, tipping each other off the raft Cousins Cold stewed peaches My sister and … Continue reading

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Dedicated to my amazing Mom who aside from being a loving mother of three, grandma of four, and a caring nurse her whole working career, has also started her own blog recently detailing the adventures she and Dad are having … Continue reading

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All Mamas Want the Same Thing

One of the ‘powerful beyond measure’ capacities we have as women is that we are able to give life. We can “make breath” as Ani DiFranco says. I believe with this ability comes, whether we have children or not, an … Continue reading

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Finding Connection

A poem in form still has to have voice, gesture, a sense of discovery, a metaphoric connection, as any poetry does.  ~ Robert Morgan Can you believe February is pulling to a close already? 2/12ths of the year gone by. … Continue reading

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