Tag Archives: Mother

Winter’s Child

The walls are permeated with the laughter and tears once shared I fill the room as best I can with today’s sunlight I open the window but the breeze does not sweep away the past A life once lived clings … Continue reading

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Past lives…

Originally posted on Penny Wilson Writes:
My very early childhood was unusual, to say the least.  My brothers, mother and I moved a LOT.  I’ve been told I was born with wheels on my butt. After my mother left my…

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A Talk With Mom

Hi Mom.  Happy Mother’s Day.  I miss you.  This is a pretty setting.  I’m glad you have a place away from the road. I wish that I could talk to you.  There are so many things I would share with you! … Continue reading

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Birthdays and Memories

** Today would have been my Mother’s Birthday.**   I miss you Mom.   I know you are watching over me.  I can feel your presence very strongly at times.  I love you.  This is for you.   FOR MOM The walls are … Continue reading

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TenniSandals

I know how odd these cut up tennis shoes must look.  But bear with me and I will explain. I’ve told you a bit here and there about my childhood and my upbringing.  My mother was the Queen of Frugality. … Continue reading

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Hardship for Mom

My mom was probably one of the most unusual people you would ever meet.  I’m sure a lot of people say that.  But let me just give you a sampling. My mother is a complicated person to describe.  When I … Continue reading

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Ordinary Miracles

I mention a poem by Erica Jong in a post that I did previously called The Ruined Book.  You can see that here if you’d like:  https://pennylanethoughts.wordpress.com/2017/03/29/the-ruined-book/ I was asked why I did not include that poem in my post. … Continue reading

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