I'm thinking of both my parents on this Mother's Day. Thoughts are with my mother for obvious reasons, who can be seen in the photo atop this entry, where she is pregnant with me; and they are also with my dearly departed father, who would be celebrating his birthday, had he not died from septic shock in 1995.
My grandmother is on my mind too, for without grandmothers, there would be no mothers, eh?
In any event, she can be seen with yours truly — giving a high five — in the next picture (which is a photo I've featured in at least one prior entry (in bygone years) here on Blogger).
One of the last things she said to me before she died was that she thought I should get back to my writing, which I have through this blog, through my work on tumblr and hometalk, and my book series, Words In Our Beak (pictured below).
In spite of this, due to many health related issues, I may not be able to keep my endeavors with my writing, but I hope my circumstances don't force me to do that.
Meanwhile, I wish all of my readers who are mothers, a blessed Mother's Day.
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