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The self-proclaimed matriarch deigned to hold sway though the mothers before her had not yet passed away. A whitewater rapid propelled toward the sea, A true force of nature, one might (quietly) say. The matriarch’s offspring like eddies were spun. … Continue reading
Sunday school teacher white-haired and diminutive lessons lost on youth.
Ah, Mother’s Day. Candy, flowers, attentive husbands who suddenly feel compelled to tackle their “honey-do” lists. Overflowing brunch crowds at restaurants. Excited children who think every day is mother’s day, or who don’t understand the concept at all but are still … Continue reading