Category Archives: Motherhood

Bath-time Talks

I still love watching old episodes of the 1980s sitcom show The Golden Girls. I have the entire collection and I think I’ve watched them all straight through about three times (and that’s not counting the times I’ve watched them … Continue reading

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Needing A Mother’s Tender Care

I sorta laughed to myself when it dawned on me what I had suddenly found myself wanting as I laid on the couch that day.  And continuing to think about it, tears fell hard when I realized the depth of … Continue reading

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Fifteen Things I Miss Most About My Mother

It seems the older I get, the more I think about my mother, especially around Mother’s Day.  She’s been gone over 8 years now.  I was thinking about her while driving to the store today.  I have to be honest … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Love

It was said in church today that Mother’s Day can be a very difficult time for some.  It’s difficult for mothers who have lost babies or children.  It’s difficult for anyone who no longer has their mother.  It’s difficult for those … Continue reading

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Forever in My Heart

I was cleaning out a drawer in my bedroom last week when I came across a copy of a “Letter to the Editor”  I wrote to our local newspaper several years ago.  It was a letter about Motherhood and it … Continue reading

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21 Years Ago

As long as I can remember, I always wanted children, always wanted to be a mommy.  Graduation from college came, then marriage, a career, and finally it was time to start a family.  I couldn’t wait.  Getting pregnant didn’t come as easy as I … Continue reading

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