Tag Archives: moms

What? Me, Worry?

This week we are supposed to talk about a time when we acted bravely when, in actuality, we were frightened. For me it will be easy. When have I acted bravely when I was really frightened? All the time. I … Continue reading

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My Mother- The Hud

I love New York City and I try to head up there about once a year or eighteen months. One year, my mother decided she wanted to come. She’d always warned me about the hoods and criminals and worried that … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

                             Where Would We Be Without Moms?                                                           By Jeff Salter              Well, the obvious answer is:  without moms … we wouldn’t even exist!             Yeah, not only did they give us birth, but – in most cases – moms … Continue reading

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Two Different ‘Looks’ at Mothers

My Own Mom vs. A Mother I Wrote                        By Jeff Salter              Today, happy Cinco de Mayo!  And, in a few days, Happy Mother’s Day to all moms, potential moms, and other female relatives who’ve ‘mothered’ someone in the … Continue reading

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