Category Archives: Motherhood

The Wedding Banquet (a sitcom)

Cast of characters: +++++++++++++++++++++++++++       Let us travel back in time to many years ago, long before you were ever born. A wedding celebration is taking place in a little town by the name of Cana located somewhere … Continue reading

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My Woman, My Woman, My Wife

Soon it will be Mother’s Day in the United States and elsewhere. It is a day set aside by many families to appreciate and remember the acts of love and kindness the mother within the family unit provided them. Perhaps … Continue reading

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How To Talk So Your Husband Will Listen (book)

This happened once before.  About a month ago, I was at a supermarket helping my wife with the groceries when, somehow, my shopping cart and I found ourselves in the book and magazine aisle of the store. How that ever … Continue reading

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You Can’t Hurry Love

In my previous post, I listed some of the books that have helped me, so far, in my spiritual journey. But life is not about the reading of books only. Along with reading, there is much value in being personally … Continue reading

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Ave Maria

One song that I remember most and cherished when I was a Catholic is Schubert’s, Ave Maria. It is based on the salutation given to Mary when the archangel, Gabriel, announced to her that she would conceive a child through … Continue reading

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A Mother’s Hands

Her Hands – Maggie Pittman Her hands held me gently from the day I took my first breath. Her hands helped to guide me as I took my first step. Her hands held me close when the tears would start … Continue reading

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