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A Mormon Mom-versation

My mother is the youngest of five children. Her older brother, Lawrence, an interior designer, introduced the family to an artist, Florence Ware. All five children and her parents owned at least one Florence Ware piece. Mother, however, loved a … Continue reading

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A Mom-versation about Men, Modesty and Meds

My ringtone is the theme song from Newsroom. Looking at caller ID, I saw “Mom Cell.” ME:  Hello, Mother. MOM:  I missed talking to you yesterday. To make up for lost time, we speak at least once a day. ME: I’m sorry. … Continue reading

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MOM-versation on July 26th

ME:   (on the telephone) Hello, Mother! MOM:  I was just about to call you. ME:  What were you going to call me? MOM: (pause) My smart beautiful daughter. But, I was worried you may have tried to call and … Continue reading

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MOM-versations about Hydration

Mother and I spent the day doing “things” together. She hemmed my new jumpsuit, but altered the top, too; now, it is too tight and she has to let it out. We visited Jeff’s cat, Maggie Mae. Despite her protestations, mom … Continue reading

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Passwords, What’s the Secret?

MOM:  Do you want to know the code for the garage door? ME:  Only if you want me to have it. MOM:  Well, it my difficult to remember. ME:  What is it? MOM:  _ _ _ _ ME:  What does … Continue reading

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A MOM-versation about Modesty

Well, you know what they say . . .”Modest is hottest.” MOM:  Julie, let me see that.  That looks so cute. I approached so she could see the design on my tank top. MOM:  Well, with the crocheting around the … Continue reading

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Mom-versations about Morning

Just after this photo was taken, mom and I left the bridal shower. In the car, mom rolled down the window of my Honda Element and called to my cousin, her dear niece. MOM:  Lynn, honey, are you going to … Continue reading

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