It’s Mothers’ Day, so I thought I’d reblog this. Because I’m lazy and may not write another one today.
Last month would have been my mum’s 92nd birthday, which gives me an excuse to write a blog about her.
I think men and women of a certain age would find similarities with their own mothers; I have at least a couple of friends whose mothers shared a lot of the principles and beliefs of my own mum. Hence this guide to mums involves a couple of generations of what would have been regarded as ‘older mums,’ their children being born in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Which means I’m probably talking for a lot of Deborahs, Karens, Sharons, Traceys, Susans, Peters, Pauls, Richards, Neils and Kevins out there.
I won’t manage to cover all subject areas, just the more important ones that highlight the philosophies and reasoning of my mum.
As a young child, the photographs seem to show me dressed most of the time in…
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