Category Archives: Pondering parenting

women like me

women like me  will always think  they know how to take care  of children better  than women not like me,  will always think  they know better  how to comfort a crying baby  or how to cure like magic  a restless … Continue reading

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the farmer’s dog and her son

The farmer’s dog and her son stand guard. Born in  early spring , end of winter he is now the main guard. The farmer’s dog rolls on her back in the grass while her son takes a short time to … Continue reading

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Meandering thoughts about mothering

“MOTHER,I had you but you never had me.”    -John lennon Trigger:An horrific case where a German mother living in East Switzerland  had exploited her son ,i do not want to recapture the details offered by the media,but the worst … Continue reading

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Morris

His name was Morris,he was named after Morris the cat,a well known ginger cat on tv commercials for cat food. Morris was a large heavy orange cat a.k.a ginger haired ,he was 10.or 11 years old. Morris was the cat … Continue reading

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“Schroder”-a novel about identity and fate

“Schroder-a novel by Amity Gaige” “Then tell her this,please:ich liebe Dich und werde Dich immer lieben.And tell her,also:Danke.Es was meine schönste zeit.ok?please tell her that.” (Translation:”I love you and i will always love you.Thank you.This was the most beautiful time”) … Continue reading

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My son ‘s birthday 18.4.16

For My dear son S.G. B. On this day sixteen years ago  my youngest son  had been born this way;  one moment i was scared  then he came along,  crying and smiling,  kicking and struggling,  and  then i had been … Continue reading

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Setting free dog prejudgements etc etc !

warning: an ethnic joke.. ( only i as a member of that minority have the liberty to tell) What is the difference between a Jewish mother and a pitbull? A pitbull sometimes lets go. -A joke told to me by … Continue reading

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A lesson for the living ?

Mazal tov to the newly recognised oldest man on earth , who looks a lot like my maternal grandmother who had died 82 years old , more than 30 years ago and never got to go to a concentration camp but … Continue reading

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Maybe

Maybe you married your mother  of maybe your mother married hers,  and maybe it is time to stop analysing  just exactly where you went wrong.    Maybe  You study your self too much  maybe you listen too much  to every word … Continue reading

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Should you laugh or cry?

First she laughs, she laughs when you get angry, she laughs when you ask her to be quiet , she laughs when you get angry, and then the next day, she laughs when you ask her to help take things … Continue reading

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