Family of origin…

What memories do you have from your childhood?  I had the gift of being the middle child between an older sister and a younger brother.   The memories we share and the bond we have is something that can never go away.  Today write about your family of origin.  What do you remember about your family?  What do you want to write down to preserve?  Begin today by opening your photo album.

2 Comments to “Family of origin…”

  1. I have read all of your blogs, Tammy, but never left a response. They are heartwarming. I was touched by your theme of abandonment. It is wonderful that you have reunited with your family, and touched by your new family. You are our family, your beloved Feral Cats.

    • Thanks Pat. I love all my “ferals”. You are all my mothers and sisters and friends. I have been so blessed having all 5 of you as my teachers and mentors.

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