Post Archives tagged ‘Mother’s Day’



Dancing Alone on Mother’s Day

Posted on: May 7th, 2016 by
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For many in the US, Mother’s Day is a time of celebration. People may reflect on how lucky their lives are to have wonderful mothers and/or children. For others, this holiday is quite somber: too many people have lost their mothers or are even estranged from them. This holiday’s cup runneth over with emotion. Last Mother’s Day was fun for me and filled with celebration. However, this Continue reading the story "Dancing Alone on Mother’s Day"

Pre-Mother’s Day Conversation

Posted on: May 7th, 2015 by
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“Mommy, what’s that?” This week, my prosthesis had fallen out of my specialty bra and fallen into Arielle’s line of vision. **** Stay calm, I thought. I knew I’d eventually tell my daughter the truth about my having had breast cancer. I just didn’t think I’d have to peripherally broach the subject now when she was at the tender age of almost seven. Plus, I was pretty good Continue reading the story "Pre-Mother’s Day Conversation"

Mother’s Day 2014

Posted on: May 10th, 2014 by
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Here in the US, Mother’s Day is right around the corner, Sunday to be exact. I will be celebrating my fourth Mother’s Day. Has it really been four years already? Time seems to have gotten away from me. What happened to my superpower of slowing down time? Once a year, I celebrate Mother’s Day by sending and receiving flowers. Once a year I’m treated to Continue reading the story "Mother’s Day 2014"