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Happy Mother’s Day from LAPX

Mothers sometimes have a thankless job. Many of them have two jobs: one outside the home and the other one keeping the home humming along. Mothers are the hardest working members of society, whether they work two or more jobs […]

Happy Mother’s Day from LAPX

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Mothers sometimes have a thankless job. Many of them have two jobs: one outside the home and the other one keeping the home humming along. Mothers are the hardest working members of society, whether they work two or more jobs […]

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Mother’s Day: Honoring the Divine Feminine

A Love Letter To Life The lights are dimmed and candlelight shimmers across the faces of women smiling in silent repose. We are gathered in a circle, as women have

Mother’s Day: Give a gift for life

Dear Editor, This Mother’s Day, I’d like to thank all the expectant mothers who plan to donate their baby’s umbilical cord blood to a public cord blood bank, such as

Five Reasons I’m Glad to be a Human Mom

Browsing through all of the Mother’s Day Facebook posts Sunday, I noticed something. Amidst the throwback photos of people with their own moms, there were several cutesy photos of

Grandma Edith was the best

EDITH June 10, 1913 – October 30, 1990 She was my father’s mother. She grew up in Missouri and went to school to be a Cosmetologist. I have her business card from 1935

Mom is the perfect example of being a mother

Photo above: Screen Shot of Priscilla Presley from the movie, Naked Gun 2-1/2 Today is the one day a year dedicated to show Mothers how loved and appreciated they are for

Mother is the lens through which I view the world

Mom ( Jean) on the right, with her friend Liz. Photo by Deirdre Reilly. When I was a little girl, still in kindergarten or maybe first grade, I had a

Happy Mother’s Day Mom!

Photo above: Amy Waller with her treasures. Photo provided by Cat Doss. There is a classical painting called Cornelia, Mother of the Gracchi by Angelica Kauffmann. While one woman points to

Grateful you are my Mother

First she watched her mother burn to death. Then her father sent her and her brother to an orphanage.  Then her brother died.  Then her father sent her to

Mother feared no Pope or bear

Photo above: Harriet Forkes (middle) surrounded by her three daughters: Cheryl, Mary Lou and Elaine and Daughter-in-Law Allida (second from right). Photo provided by Tim Forkes from the family

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