we all carry our mothers inside us

Here’s the second video trailer for the essay “Things to Remember Not to Forget” in Andrea Richesin’s anthology, “Because I Love Her: 34 Women Writers on the Mother-Daughter Bond.”  All the photos, as before, come from the amazing site Square America.  

 

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8 responses to “we all carry our mothers inside us

  1. Oh God. You’re killing me with these. I love them!!

  2. Linsey

    Soooo good. Talent attracts talent…you are a magnet for good things! xo!

  3. Wow. I can’t wait to read the whole essay. Those words are so amazing and moving. Thank you!

    And, I just finished reading Everyone is Beautiful today and LOVED it. I’m telling all my friends about it!

  4. detes

    Yet another wonderful trailer…How do you do it?

  5. Katherine, I am so flattered you took the time to write me a response on my blog! Thank you for your comments. I just viewed both of your trailers, and will look for the last one’s arrival! I will pass on your essay to others, at my next “mom’s meeting” : ) An early Happy Mother’s Day to you, Katherine. Thank you for sharing your beautiful writing, as well as your thoughts on motherhood.
    Lisa

  6. JennaKate

    This brought me to tears, really, because I’m going through some stuff with my mom and this just tapped me to my core. The part about believing when I’m with my mom, nothing bad will happen, and then knowing its not true… whoa. Thanks for creating this and sharing it.

  7. Veronique

    AMAZING! I’m going to have to go out and get this book, just to read your essay. Poignantly, deeply moving touching.

    V

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