My mother was a poet, and a great inspiration to me, both as a writer and as a woman. On this Mother’s Day, I can’t help but think again how grateful I am for her legacy.
A MOTHER HOLDS THE FUTURE IN HER HANDS And decades of destiny are often determined by a few hours of a mother’s prayers. * HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY!
I surely do miss my mom, but I’m hoping at least some of her good qualities live on in me. I think I remember my dad telling me (as he took the picture) to act like I was looking at something in the oven, but since our oven didn’t have a glass in the door, I justContinue reading “Mommy & Me: First Cooking Lesson”
A girl’s cooking lessons need to start at a very early age. Of course, the fact that I’m obviously trying to look into an oven that has no glass window in the door might make one think that I was not an apt pupil. However, since my mother was a superb cook, I did learnContinue reading “Mommy and Me”
Well, here we are: Mommy and Me (age 2) at my first cooking lesson. I’m joking, of course, but on Mother’s Day I like to enjoy the blessing of having had a mom who was such a precious and unique woman. My mother taught me much more than cooking. (Although she was certainly one ofContinue reading “Mom Memories”