Tag Archives: motherhood

Guest Letter 1/18/15 Meagan Lucas

This week’s guest writer is Meagan Lucas- Meagan is a Canadian expat living in the mountains of Western North Carolina. She is a writer of fiction and a reader of everything. She is a wife, a mother, a fast talker, … Continue reading

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Colleen 1/16/2015 – She

16 January 2015 Perhaps it’s the former columnist in me, but news stories often lead me to ask questions above and beyond. If enough facts fail to surface, I invent narratives to explain why people do what they do. Last … Continue reading

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Jennifer 1/14/15 Personal Power

Personal Power 1/14/2015 Dear Jennifer, After the hubbub dies down, you are once again a mother. A dream come true. Every wish you’ve wished for the last four years, every sacrifice you’ve made, all to assume this mantle of responsibility. … Continue reading

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Mary 12/11/2014 – An Invisible Mother

December 11, 2014 Whether you’re married, single, struggling, or cohabitating, motherhood is a difficult task filled with trials and celebrations. Motherhood isn’t for everyone, but to her children a mother is something special. I am a mother first and foremost, … Continue reading

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Colleen 10/3/2014 – Deja vu

3 October 2014 Dear Colleen, By now you have noticed the cyclical pattern of life. You get a déjà vu shiver and realize you’re engaged in activities you’ve already done. Twenty years ago you created another letters project, albeit one … Continue reading

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