Tag: Daughters

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I wasn’t going to relate what has been happening with me since January, but another member suggested I do so, as sometimes letting others know is helpful. Since tomorrow is Mother’s Day, my grief and anger are deeply entwined. I probably need to hie myself to a psychiatrist. But never in my adult life did […]

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My brother states that the fact I had daughters confirms for him that there is Karmic Justice in this universe. Maybe. More

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Watching your daughter being collected by her date feels like handing over a million-dollar Stradivarius to a gorilla. – Jim Bishop More

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If evolution really works, how come mothers only have two hands?” ― Milton Berle My mother was the best, most beautiful person I’ve ever known. She was kind to everyone, always cheerful, and a wonderful and supportive mother. I never heard her say a bad word about another person. She and my dad were the […]

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As you all know by now because I love to talk about myself, I am a mom. (Want to hear about my childhood? Okay! Want to see 1200 pictures of me? Okay!) Anyway, now that my child is in college, I’ve been looking back on things. Being a mom changes a person. It makes you […]

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Podcast for November 22, 2016, It’s the Trump Party edition of the program, brought to you by SimpliSafe as well as Donors Trust. This week on the podcast we discuss the conflict of interest landmines awaiting Team Trump described recently by Republican Commentator David Frum. How will it be possible for President Trump to avoid getting in trouble when legislation, executive orders and rolling out of bed will have consequences for his personal financial empire? For the Democrats (and Republicans) who will be scheming to get rid of him as soon as possible won’t this be a target rich environment?

Then we’ll talk about Vice-President Elect Mike Pence’s trip to the theater with his daughter to see the big, Tony-award winning hit Hamilton and the booing and dissing that he endured just to acquire a little culture with his kid (other than that Mr. Pence, how did you enjoy the play?). Was that an unbelievable ego trip by the Hamilton cast and crew members or what?!?

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OK, I’m not part of the list for Dime’s wonderful series, but I had to share what my college senior daughter just e-mailed me. I got my refund check cashed at Krogers just now so I can buy little “thank you” gifts for Holly, my practicum lady and her office lady, Susan, who’s been really […]

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