Category Archives: Mothers Day

Mama Taught Much Without Saying a Word

There are advantages to being born last. With brother and sisters grown and gone, I grew up like an only child. Having a child all to herself in her middle-age years, Mother wasn’t lonely. Violet Agnes Iverson was born a … Continue reading

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My Mama’s Apron

As a child, I was painfully shy. Whenever afraid or unsure of myself, I ran to my safe place – behind my Mama’s apron. I pulled the fabric over my face to hide, thinking no one could see or harm … Continue reading

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