How did rebel me turn into my mother?

Me looking like Mom

Many young women think their mother’s have good attributes and that it wouldn’t be such a bad thing to grow up to be just like them.

I never felt that way.

My mother, Mary, and I were polar opposites, destined for conflicts from the moment she birthed this redheaded child — the only one out of four and the only one in the entire Griffith clan. In the 1950s, this mattered…



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RoseMary Griffith

RoseMary Griffith Author of The Writer’s Travel Journal — for your adventures. Essayist of humor, grief, & family — they go together.