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Living With Wolves

By wolfmomma, published on Jun 29, 2012

The beautiful gray and white wolf padded up to me, tail wagging with what looked like a smile on her sweet face. Her warm amber eyes regarded me with an intelligence that shone through them, galvanizing me on the spot. Instantly, I fell in love with her. Little did I know that I was to become a part of her life.My visit to the Wolf Lady was a birthday present from my husband. He knew how dearly I loved the wolf, how totally fascinated and enamored I was with this magnificent animal. He had found out through a friend about Liz, the Wolf Lady, and her family of wolves and called her to set up... (more)



By wolfmomma, published on Jun 21, 2012

Tears fall, sliding down the cheek like small torrents of rain. Sadness, deep and wrenching...taking hold of the soul and holding it captive.Loneliness, profound and all encompassing...surrounding the life force in totality.Fear, looming behind the insecurity and haunts me.


Tags: poetry, loneliness, death, tears, daughters, mothers, sad, sadness, mom, mortality, short poems, grieving

Living with Disabilities

By wolfmomma, published on Jun 16, 2012

When you are young, you tend to believe that you are indestructible. Everything is laid out before you...the world is your oyster. For many, it can turn out that way. For many others, it certainly does not.When I was 37...I had a job, a husband, a home, a child, a life. When I was 38, I lost a lot of that. In 1996, I started having trouble walking. My feet hurt me almost constantly. I went to see my doctor, thinking it was my feet complaining about my weight. He examined me, asked me a bunch of questions, then sent me home with some anti inflammatory medicine. A few weeks later, it... (more)

Tags: depression, disease, wheelchair, ra, debilitating, ms, retired, knee replacements, hip replacement, hospitalization, medications, surgeries, mri

Were You Born That Way?

By wolfmomma, published on Jun 15, 2012

At the age of 5, I knew in my heart that my son was gay. There were little tale tale signs, mostly...but I guess a mother just seems to sense things about their children in that innate, deep-down way. I resolved to raise him in a manner that he could figure things out by himself. I did not lead him in one direction or another. I simply let him be who he was going to be.

He was a shy child, having mostly female friends and not playing with very many boys. I speculated over that quite a bit. Was it because he was attracted to them at such a young age and did not know how... (more)

Tags: gay, lesbian, hate, bullying, bisexual, cruelty, transgendered, gay support, lady ga ga, born gay

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