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Dear Mom, I miss you.

Forsythe Park Fountain, Savannah, Georgia

Dear Mom,
I miss you. I’d love to sit down with a cup of tea and continue the conversations we had before your stroke.  671 more words

Spiritual Formation

Crying Wolf

My mother and I have long had a complicated relationship (why isn’t that a facebook family option?) and a lot of it stems from her constant need for attention. 773 more words

How It Was When My Mother Died: Epilogue

Chapter 19 of How It Was When My Mother Died concludes this collection of interviews.

I thank the women for their stories, which have proven timeless. 250 more words

Non-fiction

How It Was When My Mother Died: Chapter 19

DEBRA AND HER MOTHER, MARY

Debra speaking …

My mother and I were working part-time at the same place, which kind of interfered with the relationship because I started working at the place after she did, and I feel that in some way I kind of invaded her territory. 3,920 more words

Non-fiction

Almost Home

Title:  Almost Home
Author: Joan Bauer
Series: None
Recommended for: 4-7th grade
Pages: 240
Call Number/Link:  J BAU

Synopsis: When twelve-year-old Sugar’s grandfather dies and her gambling father takes off yet again, Sugar and her mother lose their home in Missouri. 181 more words

Realistic

How It Was When My Mother Died: Chapter 18

POLLY AND HER MOTHER, GERTRUDE

Polly speaking …

I made them go from a $1200 casket to an $800 casket because my mother wanted to be buried in a pine box. 2,460 more words

Non-fiction

How It Was When My Mother Died: Chapter 17

CINDY AND HER MOTHER, DOROTHY

Cindy speaking …

We had a phone call in the early morning. I think it was Tuesday of that week. Monday or Tuesday, probably around school rising time. 3,684 more words

Non-fiction