Tag Archives: Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day, Ah May.

First memory: A large bedroom. Four beds in a row next to each other. You told stories at night. You always had the sweetest voice. We lied on the bed underneath the mosquito nets listening about the little princesses. There … Continue reading

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Motherhood

  It’s Mother’s Day here in the U.S, and I am wishing myself, “Happy Mother’s Day.” That is probably because no one in the house said anything to me about being a mother, or how wonderful and essential I am … Continue reading

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Ode to Mom

  What is Mom to you? Mom to me means love, fierceness, determination, the grounding force to this world, the anchor that holds my feet when I sway with the wind, and the wind that lifts me up when I … Continue reading

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