I can't believe how quickly this year is passing. I know I haven't written as many articles as I'd like, and it upsets me. However, I have learned to be gentle on myself; this year has had much heartache to deal with, and writing hasn't always been easy.
Yet, today I was inspired by the approach of Mother's Day. The reason is because I think that since February I have grown closer to my mother than I have ever been in my life. I think for the first time we are understanding one another and our respect is growing along with it.
Also, because of Mother's Day I chose to review a book about mothers. But I do want to say you don't have to be a mother to have a great influence in a child's life. This book proves just that.
Thank you for allowing me to share my thoughts with you. I look foward to hearing from you any time.
Mothers of America - Book Review
I choose writing about this interesting book as a tribute to mothers. The book is old, published in 1954, so I don’t know how many readers will find, but it is a book well worth reading as the author, Elisabeth Logan Davis unfolds the stories of the mother’s behind several famous names.
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