Do you have a story or poem about a mother? Biological mothers, adoptive mothers, step-mothers, mothers-in-law, grandmothers, some who has been like-a-mother etc…
In the May issue I will be featuring MOTHERS and submissions sent as soon as possible will be most appreciated.
Work from Mothers or about Mothers. Fact or fiction, tributes or comedy . . .
Stories should be up to 1000 words and poems up to one page and sent in hard copy to Positive Words magazine, PO Box 798, Heathcote 3523, Victoria, Australia.
When I saw this bed of Petunias, I was reminded of the children song ‘I’m a lonely little Petunia in an onion patch’, and now I can’t get it out of my head!
These Petunias are not so lonely but I do wonder about those ominous shadows advancing on them 🙂
Guess we all know just how poor Dora feels, especially in the hectic lead-up to Christmas 😦
At least she’s still smiling 🙂
Being a grandma means playing with lots of toys and watching ABC for Kids 🙂
Hope this inspires a great story or poem 🙂
When my children were younger they would have run up without a thought leaving me way behind!
Of course, they mean very small children but even they seem leaps and bounds ahead with some of the things they say and do!
As always we were given many wonderful gifts this Christmas including this very beautiful one from my daughter Jess and partner Jodi.
Fifty-five children wil be immunised from measles and given a better chance at life 🙂
…brings me back to my childhood and the rows of bubble taps we used. Many of us had a plastic bottle in our lunch boxes filled with cordial (frozen for summer) but fruit boxes were unheard of and soft drink only for special treats.