Battles on the Homefront – A Mother’s Tale (Re-Blog)

I’ve been dreaming about my Mom lately. A lot. This is still the best post I’ve ever written While you read it please think of all the moms you know, whether living now or in the past.

Cordelia's Mom, Still

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAMother’s Day is coming up. With that in mind, today’s re-blog is of my own first post (which I still consider to be the best one I ever wrote). 

The post was originally published on Cordelia Calls It Quits and was republished on the first day of my own blog with Cordelia’s/Kelly’s permission.  It’s a story that never grows old, and I present it today in honor of my own mother who died on April 29, 2013, and whose memory inspires my Teddy Rosalie series.

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Battles on the Homefront

(A Mother’s Tale)

My mother once told me that raising children is the hardest job anyone can ever have.  At the time, Cordelia was all of a week old, so I thought “Yeah, right, Mom.”  But over the years, I’ve learned that, as usual, my mother was right.

I don’t know about other people, but in my small sphere of the world, no one…

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5 Responses to Battles on the Homefront – A Mother’s Tale (Re-Blog)

  1. I read your original and thought it a lovely post.
    I haven’t got kids, just one of those things, but I remember Mum trying to divide her time between us without favouring one over the other. As a foster carer, I tried to do the same, especially not giving one set of rules for visitors and one for permanent family. It was tough, but I think I did OK.
    I miss my Mum. This will be the second Mother’s day without her. We celebrate on the 31st here in the UK, but elsewhere it’s the 12th of May, my birthday, so it would have been a double whammy. I have happy memories of both of my parents. I was lucky to have them.

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  2. inesephoto says:

    Beautiful reflections, thank you for sharing.

    Like

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