On Mother’s Day

Author’s mother in the 1940's.
Mom as a teen.

It’s Mother’s Day. I am no one’s mother (other than a couple of fur babies) and my mother died in 2015. Yet Mother’s Day seems somehow an important day to mark.

Particularly after this week when Roe vs. Wade is on the minds of people on both sides of the Culture Wars. Why should anyone become a mother who doesn’t want that role?

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Marie Jones

Marie Jones

Librarian. Curious human. Writes about inconsistent organization, messy productivity, random thoughts, and living a happy life. messydeskconsulting.com