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April 26. Poetry Challenge. Interior Landscapes

If you never have anything you don’t know what there was to lose… my children know, though they do as they most surely knew love and warm dinners and cracked smiles and laughter as long as the days grown wild … Continue reading

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April 10 Poetry Challenge Daughterland, Part 2

” We have been wounded by it (giving)” –Alberto Rios Giving: What it Takes My car door slammer, my you-don’t-get-it-you’re-too-old, my you-should-be-home-making-cookies my you-promised-me-you-guys-wouldn’t-split-till-i-was-out-of-the-house My Daughter. Full of intensity and scowl Full of cat eyes and hoop earrings Looking for … Continue reading

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Graduate Mamas: The Bad Asses of the College

Last night was beautiful. Feather River College’s graduation was in particularly poignant to me. So many students I’d had for two, three, some four classes over the last four years were graduating (my babies!). I celebrate them one and all. … Continue reading

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A Morning with My Mother in San Francisco

Dear Mom, I am 45 years old. Let’s just put that out there up front. I know how to set my alarm when I need to get up super early and on top of that when I’m going to an … Continue reading

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Plumas County Gets a Listen To Your Mother Show!

Plumas County Gets a Listen To Your Mother Show! Last Spring I traveled off the mountain for an audition in Ft. Mason for the San Francisco production and totally approached it as a wild card. While it was great to … Continue reading

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