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Grief and Joy: Being a Mom After Losing My Mom

My mother was a force of nature. She was only 17-years-old when she married my father, somehow convincing her parents that it was a good idea to let a girl barely out of high school marry a barely 20-year-old man due to go to Vietnam soon after. My mother was the sort of woman who was […]

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To My Mother, For Mother’s Day

I want to start by saying, this story has a happy ending. There’s no need to worry about anyone’s fate at the end of this. Everyone is alive and well, and healthier than they’ve been in years. Last summer, however, current health statuses seemed far from a guarantee, and I was just beginning a journey that […]

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Wishing You A Happy Father’s Day!

From all of us here at The Hudsucker, we wish you and your fathers a very Happy Father’s Day! The day is a celebration that honors fathers, celebrates fatherhood, father figures, paternal bonds, and the impact of such nurturing roles in our society.

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Wishing You A Happy Mother’s Day!

From all of us here at The Hudsucker, we wish you and your mothers a very Happy Mother’s Day! It’s been 100 years since 28th President of the United States, Woodrow Wilson proclaimed the second Sunday in May to be a national celebration known as Mother’s Day!

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Happy Mother’s Day from The Hudsucker!

From all of us here at The Hudsucker, we wish you and your mothers a very Happy Mother’s Day! The day devoted to our favorite lady reminds us to honor not just mothers and motherhood, but mother figures, maternal bonds, and the influence of such nurturing roles in our society. We thank mothers for all they’ve […]

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