For All Women on Mother’s Day

We all know someone. . . The sister who cares for her nieces and nephews while their mother recuperates from a serious illness. The single teacher who bestows love and affection on her classroom of students. The neighbor who opens her yard to the children next door to give their mother much needed respite. The […]

Happy Mother’s Day

With thoughts of mothers and a special day to celebrate them this week, today I re-post an adaptation I created in 2015 from a song dedicated to the real reason women are mothers—their children. Using the acronym we are all familiar with—M-O-T-H-E-R—with a nod to the original writer who gave us the song based on […]

Mothers and Others

Not everyone looks forward to Mother’s Day. For the woman who never married, or never conceived, or who lost one of her children, Mother’s Day can be a painful twenty-four hours—hours in which she simply tries to journey through. She feels de-valued, unappreciated for who she is, as if she is an “also ran” in a […]