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Write On, Wednesday: Interview with author Sarah Cornwell of WHAT I HAD BEFORE I HAD YOU

By Leslie Lindsay

I am just thrilled to have Sarah Cornwell debut author of WHAT I HAD BEFORE I HAD YOU. Mothers. Daughters. Family bonds. Throw in a little bipolar and psychic action and I’m so there. 1,888 more words

Leslie Lindsay

Mothers, Their Single Daughters, A Man's Stomach and A Recipe for Marriage

Influenced by what I read, see and hear, the following is what I used to believe until last month: The vast majority of young women are not anxious to marry until they’re in their 30’s. 1,210 more words

Grief: Remembering Mimi

I received an email this morning from a wonderful woman I’ve never met, but with whom I share a sad fact: we both lost our mothers last year, within six weeks of each other. 1,946 more words

Authenticity

Impending Empty Nest

I have never thought of myself as an empty nest candidate.

I have a super full life.

I run in a million different directions all at one time. 639 more words

Family

Older people

A melancholy lesson of advancing years is the realisation that you can’t make old friends.

Christopher Hitchens, Unacknowledged Legislation: Writers in the Public Sphere

A few years ago one of my colleagues told me about his experience of visiting his mother in an “old people’s home”. 540 more words

Geneva

A Snicker of Magic, by Natalie Lloyd

Summary:  The Pickles are new to Midnight Gulch, Tennessee, a town which legend says was once magic–but Felicity is convinced the magic is still there, and with the help of her new friend Jonah the Beedle she hopes to bring the magic back.

Scholastic

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Magic

Icelandic E-Book Is Out! Enter the Creative Womb of Darkness with Mother and Daughter Team of Poet and Photographer

Poet Miriam Sagan and artist Isabel Winson-Sagan went to Iceland to experience the Arctic night near winter solstice in early 2014. They shared experiences such as searching for the northern lights and swimming in thermal pools, and responded in words and images. 168 more words

Poetry