Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Nobody Holds a Grudge Like a Mother

For the past few weeks I’ve been dedicating myself to the completion of “The Best of Chubby Chatterbox, a collection of my most successful posts. This week has been spent editing, but I hope you enjoy this post from 10/19/11.

My eighty-eight year old mother doesn’t read my writing, which is a good thing because I doubt she’d appreciate how I characterize her, but lately we’ve run out of things to talk about so I’ve taken to reading short stories to her over the phone. I recently shared a childhood adventure: actually it was a chapter from my memoir The Kid in the Kaleidoscope. I thought she’d find it amusing. Boy was I wrong.

Read about it (here.)

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