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Past is Permanent.
"My wisdom came too late."
Motherhood isn't Glamorous.
I had to work for her first six years when there was work.
"...help make it so there is cause for her to know--that she is more than this dress on the ironing board, helpless before the iron."
"Mother, I did it. I won, I won; they gave me first prize; they clapped and clapped and wouldn't let me go."
Everyone has worth.
It was only with the others I remembered what he said, and it was the face of joy, and not or care or tightness or worry I turned to them--too late for Emily.
That time of motherhood is almost behind me when the ear is not one's own but must be racked and listening for the child cry, the child call
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