Tag Archives: mother’s day

different war, different century – same yearnings


Danger, danger, danger – where are our safe places, our safe people, our safe distances from our safe people in our safe places…to mask or not to mask, that is the question. But of course we are not the only … Continue reading

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tis the season


Mom’s 80th in her church fellowship hall in Richmond, Texas Thank you to our mothers for giving us birth – not a small feat, sometimes done under the most difficult circumstances – thank you for your daily sacrifices made on … Continue reading

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the photo finish


I wrote the following story in February, 2012; it was first published in my third book, I’ll Call It Like I See It, and was reprinted with my permission in an anthology entitled Mothers and Other Creatures. I think of these … Continue reading

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home is where the horseshoes hang


horseshoes moved in with Pride getting ready for summer in South Carolina I’m so thirsty… hey, can you drink this stuff? I’ll give it a whirl… OMG, that water was n-a-s-t-y “The Calla Lilies are in bloom…” Does anyone remember … Continue reading

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