Stripping away the rose colored glasses of denial concerning my reality. Getting in touch with truth. Reaching out to others in empathy concerning their reality and their walk to truth.

Monday, May 2, 2011

In celebration for Mother's Day

The innocence I knew is difficult to imagine. Fresh from heavens' domain I arrived and began wailing; should have been a clue! But my Mom was right there, smiling and all embracing of the little girl she'd waited to have. Need I say... it was love at first sight.

Of course I miss her terribly; gone for fourteen years now. After a lot of thinking I think it happened the way it was supposed to. I know she would have been more miserable if I had died first.

Her favorite holiday was Easter; mine was Mother's Day. She liked the music, rabbits, and candy; I liked the hats. So in celebration this year I'm going to buy a hat.

Love you, Mom!


  1. Hi Dixie,
    A beautiful sentiment and out of respect, my hat's off to you.
    In peace and kind wishes, Gary.

  2. What a nice post. And a terrific picture to go with it. I think children bring their own love into the world with them; it certainly seems that you did!

  3. Hi Gary.

    I know you like hats, especially that Vancouver ballcap! Won't be long and you'll be in the great North. Enjoy your time!

    I appreciate your comment and kind wishes. Peace to you, Dixie

  4. Hi Bazza.

    Children are the best thing we have. You never know what wisdom comes out of their little mouths. I thank (God) for the Moms and Dads that realise that.

    Thank you for the very sweet comment.


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