Category Archives: Mom’s

What A Great Gift

What a great gift, my thanks to youFor heartfelt smiles, all that you doA whispered word, my doubts belieNot when I lose, but when I tryI learned to fly, because of you When I was down, somehow I knewYou would … Continue reading

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Things My Parents Taught Me

This morning I opened my email and was pleasantly surprised by one that was sent to me by an also 60+ friend.  Not only did I get a chuckle, but a reminder of the way life was when I was … Continue reading

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Anchors

In the cove, several boats are gathered Sheltered from the harshness of the sea Tempted by it’s call to go and join it It coaxes them “come out and play with me”  They sway from side to side as if … Continue reading

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Basking In the Son

I didn’t date in high school.  Not that I didn’t want to.  It’s just that I wasn’t prepared for a relationship.  And the reason I wasn’t prepared is I had no money, I had no car, and I had no … Continue reading

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