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Remembering Mom

mom and dadToday would be my Mom’s 85th birthday. I’ll miss her for the rest of my life. This picture was taken in 2005, when she and Papa Har came to Switzerland to spend Christmas with me in Luzern.

How can it be that so much time has passed? I thought of her on my evening walk, thinking how she would have loved Ticino, the southern slopes of the Alps so rich with the Italian culture that she loved exploring in books but sadly, never got to visit…




Contemplation… remembering we are always a child…

4 comments on “Remembering Mom

  1. Adriana says:

    Such touching words, and what an elegant and lovely photo of your Mom. You look so much like your beautiful mother, Lynnclaire! This touched my heart. I also wish my Mom had been able to travel to certain places that she explored so passionately through her love of reading. How wonderful that your mother visited you in Switzerland. My Mom died of the same illness as yours, eight months after you lost your beloved mother. I will also miss her the rest of my life. Much love, Adriana


    1. Lynnclaire says:

      Adriana, love to you this beautiful day from Edenkoben, Germany! Thank you so much for your thoughts and love. My mom and I, clearly mother and daughter, were very different, but I will always remember her voice because as strange as it has always seemed to everyone, our voices are identical. Much love to you! Lynnclaire


  2. Harlon says:

    Dear Lynnclaire, wishing you a day of remembering the laughter and the joy – and celebrating the spirit which you carry forward. Love, Harlon


    1. Lynnclaire says:

      Gratitude, love and blessings to you my friend…


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