The Haven
Published in

The Haven

HUMOR

The Gifts We Buy Our Mothers As We Age

The presents may change, but the love stays the same.

Photo by melanie de coster on Unsplash

In Preschool — I can’t really remember back that far, but I do remember finding the macaroni decorated plates that my mother kept in her keepsake drawer. Between the brittle pieces of pasta, were words describing my mother. Loving. Beautiful. Fun. And my name, your daughter…

--

--

--

A Place to Be Funny Without Being a Jerk

Recommended from Medium

To My Baby Girl Who I Never Met

The sully old grim reaper finally made his way to my backyard.

My Alcoholic Mother Died When I Was 12. On My 26th Birthday, I’m Finally Telling My Story.

Mom, You Were Homeless?

Is this the end or the beginning? | Week 10 & 11 of COVID-19 Bay Area

Glenn H. Myers

July 20, 2021 ~ For Giovanni

A light source from the center of the frame radiates beams in different shades and tints of blues and greens against a black background.

A past finding me …

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Janie Emaus

Janie Emaus

Janie Emaus is an author/blogger. ON SALE NOW! Latkes for Santa Claus. https://www.amazon.com/Latkes-Santa-Claus-Janie-Emaus/dp/1510759883/ref=tmm_hrd_swatch_0?

More from Medium

When You Get Cancer, You Get to Tell Bad Jokes

Why I Didn’t Talk To One Of My Favorite Superstars

Little things that can make you happy without spending money at home.

How Far Would You Go For a Friend?

A middle aged man and woman wear glasses and dressed in cool weather clothing stand in the foreground with a large rocky formation with trees at the top of the rocky ridge in the background. Both are smiling and happy.