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Sunday, July 3, 2011

River of Stones: July 3


My mother’s chest rises and falls as she naps next to me in the afternoon light. How blessed I am to hear those soft sighs, to turn my head to the left and see her lovely face, etched with her-story, and mine as well.

12 comments:

  1. lovely, we are of like mind today. I wrote about my father

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  2. A beautiful, simple moment to treasure forever :o)

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  3. It's good to be with family.

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  4. so lovely.
    thinking about you lots,
    xoxox

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  5. Oh so lovely. It made me miss my mother, and wish I could watch her breath again. :) It made me remember, and that keeps her with me.

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  6. How tender, and beautiful. How she must ache for you, with your illness - but how proud she must be of how radiantly you shine!

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  7. Sigh....I miss my mother so....happy you have this time with yours. xoxo

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  8. I don't know how I was led to your beautiful blog tonight - actually, now I do - I was sitting in my wheelchair well after nightfall asking God for a sign. I needed hope, a reason. Something to sustain me. Somehow I found your blog, and, in reading this post, I have my answer. My little boy, sleeping beside me...I want him to remember his mommy and celebrate my breaths as you do your mom's. THANK YOU.

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