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May 06, 2011

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kara rane

Thank You Susan for sharing. Your mom is special* and good thoughts on "motherhood' towards one another.

mosey

What a beautiful and perfect ode to mom. And you're completely right about how mother roles can come in to play in many different shapes and forms through life - although I have a truly fantastic mom, I really learned everything from from my older sisters. They, in a way, mothered me the most.

Susy

Hi There...thank you so much for taking the time to comment. It means a lot to hear that the idea about motherhood meaning more than just "mom" is resonant for you. I think a lot about it, because I probably will never be a literal "mom" but I do like to celebrate the things I learned from my own, which I consider my own way of being a mother, of sorts. I really appreciate hearing from you. : ) Happy "Mother's" Day...however you may be celebrating, and with whomever! : )

Elena

I mainly read your blog and don't pop in to comment much (sorry!) but I thought this post and that top photograph were so very touching that I wanted to stop by and drop you a note. I love what you wrote and how you expressed it. Bravo!

Susy

Hi Elena...thank you so much for letting me know you enjoyed this post - and the image. It took me a long time to pick that image, I thought it showed something very special about my mom...about her personality...but also about people and the idea of mothering. I liked the way it showed not just fun, and love...but strength, dedication, teaching and learning as well. I'm really happy you enjoyed seeing it. I have to say, my mom and I talked about it on Sunday, and she was really happy I chose that photo and found it interesting, too. : )

ps.
There are lots of blogs I read frequently, and actually, I comment very little - unless I'm feeling really chatty. : ) Susy

crissy

Well said, well said, and HOLY AWESOME COLLAR UNDER SHORT-SLEEVED SHIRT!!! Our Mom's were/are so different yet I think it's pretty damn cool that they respected and trusted each other with their respective cubs. I am very thankful that your Mom was in my life as a youngin'! xoxo

Susy

Ha! You are so funny. That's EXACTLY what my mom said!! "Oh my god. Look at my huge collar!!" haha

I know. Your mom and my mom were quite different - but I think inside, they had much in common. I know my mom really enjoyed your mom's friendship...and point of view. She still does! We talk about your mom and you every time we see each other! I think their differences were actually something that made them both like knowing one another. Isn't it funny how that works?

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beautiful cover Susy!

Heather Moore

Love these photos, and what you said about moms. Even though I'm not a mom myself, one of the things I'm enjoying about getting older is being able to think back on my childhood with empathy for my mother, as a person, not just as 'my mom'. Thanks for this, Susy. x

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