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Mother’s Day

Happy Mother’s Day.  Chances are that if you are reading this, you have/had a mother. Being one myself, I’m grateful to have the excuse for “every token of gratitude” (Kristof in “Celebrate: Save a Mother,” today’s NY Times) sent my … Continue reading

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The Hand That First Held Mine – Maggie O’Farrell

How far back can you remember? Most memories of being very young depend on stories told by parents – sometimes embellished, but usually dependable sources of personal history. Maggie O’Farrell newest novel, The Hand That First Held Mine, offers a … Continue reading

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