Tag Archive: birthday

Senseless B-Day Sarcasm : Celebrate

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    Once upon a time, there was a little girl with light blonde hair. More than anything else, she wanted a pony.  For her birthday, her mother made a white dress with… Continue reading

Birthday Special: My life in a 15-picture nutshell

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  Well…I’m 66 this year.  I know! I don’t look a day over 35!  In case you missed the post about my avatar, I will repeat: This is how I see my daughter.… Continue reading

How I see it…

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  This is how my mind sees itself:   This is how I will ALWAYS see my daughter: The child/the woman wondering at life, joy, humor and love her gifts to the world, turning… Continue reading

Fast approaching

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My daughter’s birthday is fast approaching.  I wrote this Haiku as a testament to who she is and why she’s the best daughter a mother could ever want.   Daughters are like gold,… Continue reading

Back to the ’80’s

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Dear Lydia, In honor of your upcoming birthday, I’m about to publish pictures of you when you were 2 and 3 years old.  I tried to weed out most of the embarrassing photos… Continue reading

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MY SON

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On my sons birthday I celebrate the Poet, Papa and Professor while still reserving the right to be a mom.  You know what they say about mothers–we’re supposed to be embarrassing.  He has a… Continue reading

HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY FAVORITE DAUGHTER!

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  “You’re the best daughter a mother could ever want,”  I used to say. “I’m you’re only daughter,” She would reply with a laugh that seemed to begin from within God’s heart. No… Continue reading

I don’t want to go home again

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  Another 3 am post.  What is this time of night called?  The bitching hour?   As my birthday approaches, I think of the changes that have happened since my birth.  Tonight’s treat is…… Continue reading

Happy Birthday to Me.

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  I’m in my 60’s and approaching another birthday.   I’m still an insufferable annoyance, I “ain’t quite right,” and have a host of other things I prefer to ignore until they rear their… Continue reading