And Yet It’s Not Avoidable

I do try my best to avoid knowing it’s Mother’s Day. Yet it seems every year I fail. Thanks to others discussing it or Facebook, commercials or TV shows, and store displays.

There are many out there who have very few memories or pictures of their mothers…some might not have any.

I’m fortunate enough to have a little of both.

My mom, Heidelberg, Germany 4-8-1971

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Kim Hagemeyer (cousin) says:

    All you need to do is look in the mirror dear! You are a clone of your mom right down to the twinkle in your eye and your sparkling smile!

    1. Karin says:

      Thank you Kim…So nice to hear 🙂 I do feel very lucky to be her clone 🙂

  2. Greg Filzen says:

    I remember taking that picture, long long ago.
    It’s a good photo.

    1. Karin says:

      It is indeed!

  3. rhonda says:

    Thanks for sharing your true feelings. And the beautiful photo of your mom.

    1. Karin says:

      Honestly…however one takes it in is most important.

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