Please take a look at this touching post from #RWISA author Maura Beth Brennan. It is a heartfelt tribute that I am sure we can all relate to.
Today, I welcome a new RWISA member, Maura Beth Brennan to my blog.
MEMORIES OF MOM
By Maura Beth Brennan
I miss my Mom’s quirks. Her superstitions, for instance.
“Don’t you dare put your shoes on that table,” she would say. She wasn’t talking about putting shoe-clad feet on the coffee table. She didn’t want anyone putting a shoebox containing new shoes on a table—any table. Such an action could have dire consequences. That box must be placed on the floor. Period.
No one in our house would have dared leave a wet umbrella open to dry inside the house. That would have, according to Mom, invited disaster. And if you left the house by the front door, you had better return that way. If not, who knew what tragedy might befall you?
Now, when I walk my dog through the woods and take a shortcut home, I double…
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