ON MOTHER'S DAY
- •thinking about this lovely piece: "Our Mothers as we Never Saw Them" by Edan Lepucki
- •"For me, as for many daughters, the time before my mother became a mother is a string of stories, told and retold...photos serve as a visual accompaniment to the myths. Because any story about your mother is part myth, isn’t it?"
- •"For daughters who closely resemble their moms...these mothers and daughters are twins, separated by a generation, and an old photo serves as a kind of mirror: How do I look? Even if there isn’t a resemblance, we can’t help but compare ourselves to our young mothers before they were mothers."