blogging…a connection to strangers…without consideration of socioeconomic factors, that can separate…hugmamma.
Father Bryan Dolejsi leads his parish by example…so should we all…hugmamma.
“lemon tree,” a folk song that brings back memories of the 60s…and my youth…hugmamma.
wordpress weekly photo challenge: hula hooping on a warm spring day
my menagerie of pets all want one-on-one time, usually at the same time…hugmamma.
meredith baxter, a mom who learned from her mistakes…not unlike the rest of us…hugmamma.
past generations of people have survived all that society now considers dangerous, and they’ve lived to talk about it…hugmamma.
exercise, coffee, conversation, and above all, good friends…hugmamma.
the higuchi family’s search for relatives after the tsunami left Ishinomaki in ruins…hugmamma.
The bombing of Hiroshima in 1945 brings back memories to elderly Japanese who lived through that catastrophe, and are now living through another…hugmamma.
ironing clothes is a dying art, but one I maintain in memory of my mom…hugmamma.
Cougar Mountain Zoo’s resident cougar is memorialized in the words of the curator, and remembered fondly by all who knew Nashi…hugmamma.
Linea Johnson is the new, predominant face of mental illness, fighting the old stereotype and stigma…hugmamma.