Tag Archives: Mother’s Day

“Real” Moms and Their Kids

“I don’t think she misses those kids at all. They weren’t her real kids, you know. They were adopted. You can tell she never loved them–not the way she loves the kids she had naturally with her new husband.” This … Continue reading

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Politics and Writing

With the election debates, rallies, interviews, I bet you have been watching the news more than usual. I know I did. Surprisingly, the political candidates demonstrated that they share several qualities. The lessons I learned as an author can be … Continue reading

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Grandmothers in Books

While browsing through my old blog posts I came across the following one that brought tears to my eyes. It was published on my own blog in May 2008: Today I celebrated Mother’s Day as a daughter, mother and grandmother. … Continue reading

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Dear Mom …

Until I became a mother, I never knew how hard it is to put your kids above yourself, teach them honesty, strength and compassion by example, maintain patience and humour under the most trying circumstances, read Dr. Seuss yet again even … Continue reading

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It’s Time to Celebrate Motherhood

Mother’s Day is this Sunday. It’s a time for families to get together to celebrate the most important person in the family–Mom. Mom is the one who does everything for everyone. She’s the alarm clock, personal chef, tutor and homework … Continue reading

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Single Mother’s Day!

Mother’s Day as a single mom is a little different experience. There is no Dad to buy flowers or pick out the card, no one else to plan a day out or watch the kid(s) while you have a spa … Continue reading

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