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November 19, 2017

Giving Thanks and Stuffing       When I was in eighth grade, we were living in Hawaii, and I came home from school, inspired by my Home Economics teacher: I asked my Mother if I could cook Thanksgiving and if we could have duck, instead of turkey.  My Mother, God bless her, said...
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October 15, 2017

Vamos Todos a Leer Cartilla     In oh so many ways, I am my Mother’s daughter. I was going through some of my Mother’s books, and I ran across this booklet, that I remember her using to teach various people Spanish, since I was a child. I soon decided that I should share...
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September 22, 2017

How Can I Say Thank You Marigold?     This week, my Uncle Gary, suggested that I should become friends with Marigold. It was a fine suggestion, but thankfully Marigold is already in my life.  I inherited the privilege of her friendship, through my Mother. A few days ago, I received a private message,...
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July 26, 2017

With Limited Tools     Quotes by Dr. Maria Montessori From: The Secret of Childhood   These two booklets were put together by Mother, in 1985, when she was working for a very pioneering Montessori program, in Los Angeles. When she got the job, which consisted of her setting up and supervising home based...
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April 3, 2017

  Rainbow “Somewhere beyond the clouds, behind the rain, there are a thousand rainbows. One is finding its way to you.” Slipped into a Thank You card was this page, from a desk calendar, dated Tuesday, April 3, 2001. Recently, when I came across this page, I read it several times, thinking it did...
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February 17, 2017

Special Greetings       Recently, I received this lovely card, in the mail. It was from one of my Mother’s dearest and long term friends.     First, I loved that she dated the card! Please, date everything – historians of the future will thank you!  I also loved that she addressed to...
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January 17, 2017

Mother, Mail, and Peter     When I saw this letter recently, it surprised me in so many ways – it was not in my file of Peter’s letters, rather it was with my correspondence from my Mother. It was a letter I had written my Mother, while on my second trip to Europe...
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December 3, 2016

Merry Christmas Make History   I am not sure she could have offered me a more apropos greeting; even so many years later, her words and the card still bring a smile to my face and hope to my heart.   Dec 1, (1999) “This is the last Christmas of the Century – Make...
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October 4, 2016

Always Fearless     In today’s religious world, spiritual warfare seems like something of the past; political correctness has even reached the hallowed halls of our faith. My Mother lived in a black and white world, she knew on what side she stood, who stood with her, and who was against her. I found...
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September 20, 2016

“Ohio Power”   (Mother in the back row, and Marigold in the front, on the right hand side.) Shortly after we moved to California, when I was a child, after a brief but mostly sorrowful sojourn in Winslow, Arizona, we went to Angelus Temple, in Los Angeles, where my Father was preaching. As was...
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