3 thoughts on “Mid-week Mischief

    1. Easier to appreciate when they aren’t your own though. At physical therapy this week to correct a little gimp that is most certainly not mine, I had to walk facing a mirror, trying to keep my hips and shoulders level. I complained that there was something wrong with their mirror. It was my mother I saw. Not me.

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      1. Iā€™m now older than my mother was when she passed away, and I see, and hear, her every day. In those few wrinkles that stare back at me from my mirror, and in the words of wisdom I impart to my children. šŸ˜Š

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