In the Still of the Night

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3 Responses

  1. I love it and, as a mother in her 50′ (early) with boys who have flow, you have hit the feelings right on the head. Even though I don’t live in their childhood home any longer and I’m crazy busy – the feelings are still there.

  2. karl the idiot says:

    i have a mother and i know some mothers. buried one of my all time faves next week. when you kind of get to be my age you sort of start choosing your mothers. you’e not old enough to be my mother but after your kids assess the other mothers they will still pick you. honest.

  3. jenny_o says:

    What I found was that it was gradual enough that we adapted. They leave for post-secondary education, but they’re home for Thanksgiving, then Christmas, then study break, then the summer … repeat for four years … It helps to get you used to the idea. But I know what you’re talkin’ about.

    And then – bam – surprise! grandkids for us when we never expected to have such a thing! Life is funny. You never know what twists it will take!

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