Category Archives: Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day Can Be Difficult

Mothers Day is not all flowers and candy. The day does not always look like a Norman Rockwell magazine cover. To some it’s a dreaded day for good reason. Those who want to celebrate the day need not feel guilty, … Continue reading

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Her Hands On Those Keys

It’s a symbol of a life well lived. As I sit down I can imagine my mom sitting on the exact same bench. I lay my hands on the keys and close my eyes. It’s soothing to touch the same … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day can be complicated…

Everyone knows that Mother’s Day is coming up on Sunday. Unless you forgot! Oh my! There are mixed emotions for many people on this special day coming up. Some are giddy and excited about having a family dinner and it … Continue reading

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