Posts Tagged: motherhood

Changes the world with each breath…

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    … that’s my daughter.  Intense yet gentle… deep yet easy going… wise yet playful. She is turning 10 tomorrow.  She saved my life one day, you know.  The day she was born.  Literally saved my life.  Changed me into the person I always wanted to be… loving, nurturing, full of faith and aware… Read more »

Through my daughter’s eyes…

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My daughter surprised me recently… She picked up my camera, and took pictures of me.   Finally at the *other* end of the camera, the object of focus, I felt so loved.  It really touched my heart.  I’m not used to someone focusing on me… and I don’t say that in a way that demands… Read more »

Poem of My Life

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This is a poem about my life. It is very raw and real and the truest thing I know, for me. It is the story of my existence. I feel like I’ve had two lives… I’ve been two people… the person I was before my family, and the person I have become, almost instantly, after… Read more »

Breathe.

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I just came across a collection of poems I had written several years ago, when my kids were babies.  This poem is about those intense moments, especially in the earlier years, when you feel that you are spending everything you have, and digging very deeply to find enough energy and time, to care for your… Read more »