Category Archives: Mothers

Does it Matter?

Matter, noun, is a scientific term that relates to ions and force. Matter involves space and potential energy. Matter, verb, defines significance and involves consequence. She had a small frame and short gray hair. Wearing her “pajama jeans” with typical … Continue reading

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Ready, Set, Go

Race Day Almost a year ago I experienced the satisfaction of a race run and so much more. Yesterday my 17 year old son’s first race with me, a 5k Color Run. Today, spectating the last day of the Tour … Continue reading

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Just now

Just now I found myself reflecting back with gratitude.    Just now marathon training seems like ancient history. Just now the finish line seems like a moment of pure glory in hours of pursuing daily life. Just now I have purpose and … Continue reading

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The Work Mother Dilema

How we have been raised by our own mothers significantly affects the next generation.  Parenting and coupling. Central issues to almost everything. The day after mother’s day and a rousing discussion in our “sinner’s club” Saturday evening has me questioning. … Continue reading

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