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May she live as long as she wants, and never want as long as she lives!
The last two roses of Summer. We picked them this morning and took the to my 100 year old mother.She sang “The Yellow Rose of Texas” to us as she held them and sniffed them. I hope the bud gives … Continue reading
Dresden Plate Lap Quilt for my mother for her 100th birthday in May. It’s almost finished. Eldest daughter did the sewing, youngest daughter sent some special memory buttons to add to it. Middle daughter handmade fused glass buttons and I … Continue reading
Traffic zinging, Blowing snow where do all these people go, as many going the other way no one seems to stop and stay. Doctor, dentist waiting room chairs all full before high noon. Mother tucked back in her suite aching … Continue reading
Holding tight and letting go is part of life, of love, I know. A path I never thought I’d choose becomes the one I fear I’ll lose. Hold too tight I crush the one whose constant love helped me become. … Continue reading
Like Barbie doll who lost her head, or threadbare teddy bear in the bed, like a wind-up toy, going round and round or Munch’s scream without a sound some of us weren’t Donna Reed we only knew life through our … Continue reading