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Queen Anne’s Lacy

Took this photo of Queen Anne’s Lacy during my walk this evening. Certain flowers prompt me to think about certain people. Queen Anne’s Lace prompt memories of my mother. She would be pleased, I think, that I associate her with … Continue reading

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Snowdrops and Spring

“There are flowers in our woods!” Linda exclaimed as she went out the back door this morning.  Got my shoes, my camera and out I went–snowdrops!  One of my favorite childhood memories is my mother’s ritual of looking for the … Continue reading

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Mothers and daughters book club

Recently I spend an afternoon with a marvelous group of daughter and their mothers talking about my book Adventurous Women: Eight True Stories About Women Who Made a Difference!  Interesting & provocative questions, including: How did you select the women? … Continue reading

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Mary Cassatt

Mary Cassatt, an American artist whose painting depicted many mother/child tender interactions, lived much of her life in France and once declared–“I am independent! I can live alone and I love to work.”  I photographed this marker to her during … Continue reading

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