1. Someone gave me your mothers book to read and I did…she and I share the same birthday May 27 and I am honored about that…she was such a wonderful free spirit…I went on line to read more about her after finishing the book…I was disappointed to learn that she is gone…I have long been perplexed by the Viet Nam war….your moms experiences as a new graduate made me chuckle…she certainly captured the flavor of the 60’s….I am also an ,3 years younger than she…..several people I knew in H S died there…I still think of them.What a mom you have! May God Bless you…I know she is not idle in Heaven!

  2. Beautiful post! I can relate on some level…I lost my mom almost 11 years ago. It’s a challenging thing to blog about (for me) without sounding like I’m feeling sorry for myself. I think you’ve captured your mother so well in sharing these memories!

  3. This is such a touching post. It’s like a piece of your mom the writer is living on in Molly the writer. 🙂 I really enjoyed the article and learning more about your mom. Thank you for posting this!!

  4. Molly, I love this post. Your mom sounds amazing, and from what you learned, it sounds like you are growing to be that same strong, loving woman. Love you.

  5. Molly, your words were perfect, as usual. And, just so you know, your wish has come true…you ARE your mother! 🙂
    Love you

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