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Writers’ Sanctuary with Kim McMillon

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Writers’ Sanctuary Presents A Special Mother’s Day Program with Carolyn Howard-Johnson Hosted by Kim McMillon Friday, May 7, 5-6 PM PST http://www.blogtalkradio.com/onword On Writers’ Sanctuary, in honor of Mothers everywhere, author Carolyn Howard-Johnson will read poetry that reflects the many aspects of motherhood and all the relationships surrounding it, Friday, May 7th from 5-6 PM, PST. Carolyn and Magdalena Ball have written a chapbook of poetry for mothers with photos by May L. Lattanzio. The title comes from one of Carolyn’s poems, “She Wore Emerald Then . . .” . She Wore Emerald Then: Reflections on Motherhood may be ordered for Mother’s Day through Amazon. www.budurl.com/MotherChapbook. Carolyn says of the book, “The poems reflect on motherhood in general. However, a certain passage might have special meaning for you and your mother. We’re often part of the sandwich generation meaning we’re taking care of our own children and also our mothers and fathers, often ailing. Many of us are juggling two careers (or more!) if we’ve chosen to work outside the home as well as take care of that home ourselves. We partner more with husbands or partners who are sharing responsibilities that once were only under the purview of the mom-of-the-house. But moms are still the same in many ways. We are still often the fixers, the worriers, the most caring of caretakers. This is a year when moms may need more tender care than they’ve been given in the past. ‘

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