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My thirty-five white Christmases

My mother always gave me underwear for Christmas. She did this until I was thirty-five years old, the year before she died. I think it was her way of reminding me that she was “mom,” no matter how old I … Continue reading

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My thirty-five white Christmases

My mother always gave me underwear for Christmas. She did this until I was thirty-five years old, the year before she died. I think it was her way of reminding me that she was “mom,” no matter how old I … Continue reading

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Put another catalogue on the fire

Owed to The Catalogue (The Gift that Keeps on Giving) A poem by Les Kerr   Some catalogues are in the mail I get them daily without fail The trends have changed down through the years The “good old days” … Continue reading

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