Mother’s Day is so much bigger that the bond between someone and their mother or someone who is a mother and her children. We’ll celebrate and ponder and use both ends of the telescope to honor Mother/mothers/mothering in our own lives — and use our imaginations to reach beyond our own experience. We will be quiet enough to hear other voices, including the up-to-thirteen women and men who gathered on April 30 to talk about Mother/mothers/mothering.
Cynthia Johnson, a retired Unitarian Universalist minister who served UU congregations in Texas and Oklahoma, joined UUFDC in 2000 when she and Al moved to Door County. Cynthia is active as an artist and a poet. She enjoys family and friends, nature, travel, and reading and writing.