Tag Archive: mothers

Senseless Sunday Sarcasm : Mother’s Day

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I wasn’t your usual mom.   My daughter was around 12 when she wrote an essay about…oh, hell…I can’t remember that far back.  Something about comparing her family members to cars.  She said my… Continue reading

Fractured facts

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The things one finds on Facebook and Twitter! A look at how mothers and daughters resemble each other made me laugh.  From my personal experience, that might happen 50% of the time. If you think I’m… Continue reading

Grammy, time to wake up!

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“Grammy, time to wake up!”  The shining light I call Munchkin yells into my ear. “What time is it?” I mumble. “Uh….6:00.” “Go back to sleep,” I whimper, pulling the covers over my… Continue reading

Momness

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      Mother’s day.  The ads byting my inbox were the only reason I was aware of its encroachment.  I may not remember it, but my family doesn’t forget (I’m flattered beyond… Continue reading