What Do Mothers Make? Revolutions

What Do Mothers Make? Revolutions

Janet Elsbach of A Raisin and A Porpoise OUT 2014

Janet Elsbach of A Raisin and A Porpoise OUT 2014

Out of the Mouths of Babes writers are revolutionaries.

The work that is done, telling truths from inside motherhood, paves the way for others to do the same.
We all have mothers.
As women, our creative juices flow around whatever we make.
Engaging with real life makes more authentic creation possible and makes joy inevitable.

“If something inside…

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What’s to Disqus?

What’s to Disqus?

The Doorways of St. Tropez by Suzi Banks Baum August 2012

I often think of myself as a newcomer to blogging, but I have been blogging for almost five years. I have learned many things along the way. When I set out to host this website, I was eager to share my writing and research what community I could gather around “seeing and celebrating the sacred in daily life”.

Laundry Meme by Suzi Banks Baum
Then, as the writing work I did on my book, Laundry Line Divine: A Wild Soul Book…

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#WhatDoMothersMake: Blessings on these days

#WhatDoMothersMake: Blessings on these days

Life Magazine image of Tuscan family saying grace

 

Blessings On This Day

Do you say grace at the table before you eat?
When I was small “Come Lord Jesus, be Thou our guest and let these gifts unto us be blest. Amen”
Irreverent when Mom was gone and Dad was at the table, “Good food, good meat, good God lets eat.”
Sometimes a song: “Back of the bread is the flour, and back of the flour is the mill. Back of the mill is the wind and the rain…

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