To all you moms out there, lesbian and straight, I hope you enjoy your special day. You all deserve it. To commemorate the occasion, I’m linking to a really short, really sweet story about a mom that was posted here last month, written by Bruce Ransom. Read it here.
Happy Mother’s Day.
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