Tag Archives: Traveling with mother

A Fighter’s Long Walk

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It was twenty-four years ago when my mother took her last trip to Great Britain. She has yearned to return, and finally this year, in her 84th year, she convinced us to accompany…

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Travels with Mary, Part 2

Travels with Mary, Part 2.

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Travels with Mary, Part 2

By Catherine Hedge My mother is on a grand new adventure.  Despite health struggles that have her zipping down the hospital hall in  a four-wheeler, we can’t stop her from trying something new.  This very morning, she and her sweetheart … Continue reading

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Travels with Mary

By Catherine Hedge Anyone who believes that a good road trip needs to be finely scripted to be successful has never traveled with my mother.  She and her patron Saint Christopher have the ability to take a lump of chaos … Continue reading

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