I miss my mother, May. She died 15 months ago, at almost 87. Funny thing is, we hadn’t had a warm, cuddly relationship for most of our lives. I was born nine months after my dad returned home from World War II. Mom hadn’t seen him for three years, so I don’t know why she was so anxious to bring another person into the picture, especially because she wasn’t especially motherly.
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What will our daughters say in 40 years?
Lois Whitman says:
I miss my mother more everyday. I think about her more everyday. Sometimes when I speak, I hear her. I am becoming my mother. Maybe I always was just like her.
Happy Mother’s Day
We love and miss you
Thank you Geri
Kate Putnam says:
I loved May’s observations on life and people. Perhaps it was because she saw things so differently from me. She had a great sense of humor. She was such fun to be around. And she loved her grandsons. I miss her.
what a nice comment.