Tag Archives: Mother’s Day

MEMORIES OF MAMA

By CAROLYN NEWMAN On Sundays we would go to a Gospel Sing. Mama would fry chicken and often slipped me a wing. Then she baked a cake with raw eggs in the batter. I got to lick the beaters, uncooked eggs did not matter. First the preacher preached, then we sang and sang. My stomach started wanting “nana puddin” with

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BEING A MOTHER IS SPECIAL

By NANCY PATRICK Everyone who has ever lived has had a mother. Different mothers have different philosophies of mothering, but one thing is for sure—only a mother knows the joys and frustrations that accompany her job. When I was a little girl, I thought mothers were old ladies who bossed kids around and didn’t let them eat between meals or

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