Posts for Motherhood

The Time Woman

General/Column April 22, 2015

Though Winter’s dress seems all encompassing, slippery and danger-filled, soon her white cloak vanishes.   What seems like an endless…

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Reading about Nagasaki

General/Column April 22, 2015

I look out at the huge grey world and silently cry. My daughter comes in and pauses in the shadow….

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Husbandry

General/Column April 22, 2015

Our son was only a year old when you told him, “divorce is the worst thing that could happen to…

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Isaac Among the Buttercups

General/Column April 22, 2015

“Do I like butter?” Under his chin the golden promise glows, bee-sweet, on smooth skin, his face a fresh, uptilted…

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