Do you have a special memory of writing a letter you sent to your mother or your daughter? Maybe you were the recipient, or maybe you have exchanged many such letters.
Welcome to Least of All Love, a post from another of the authors from our first book in the Love Revealed Stories series, Mother-Daughter Memories: Love Revealed. “A Cup of Silence” is the true story penned by Victoria Moo Briddell for the anthology, offering a glimpse into a tender relationship nurtured long distance between Moo and her mother.
Least of All Love was first posted February 4, 2012.
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I am deeply moved by my co-authors’ stories. It is amazing to me how far some of us have come and how deep some of us have to dig to reveal that love that lies at the basis of all our relationships. I salute all of you. I am especially moved by the excruciating pain which some of the children (the authors) in the stories have been through. I remind myself that all of these women were once children, who by circumstance of birth, had to suffer through so much trauma. I am blown away by the courage that it has taken to reveal themselves in these beautiful, sometimes heart-wrenching, stories.
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You might enjoy reading the other two posts originally published in early 2012 by authors of Mother-Daughter Memories: Love Revealed: Sheila Foster’s A Writer on Writing & an Invitation, from Sheila and Nancy Kern’s The Way Out Is Through.
(NOTE: Mother-Daughter Memories: Love Revealed is available as an eBook for only $0.99.)
What mother-daughter conversations, letters, or other memories come to mind?