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Mother’s Day 2020 May 10, 2020

Posted by judylobo in Zoo.
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My mother was born in 1918 during the Spanish Flu pandemic. I wonder what she would have to say about what we all are living thru today because of COVID19…sigh. I want to wish a very Happy Mother’s Day to all to all of the mothers, caregivers, nurturers, pamperers, surrogates and loving coddlers out there regardless of how you celebrate the day during these unusual times. Our mother, Lillian Wolfe, is long gone, but her advice, warnings and general ‘Lili-isms’ live on in our daily lives.  She taught us to laugh at life, to think, to question authority, to march, to protest – to fight the good fight. She also gave  us our moral compass – one glance from Lillian told us instantly whether our behavior was acceptable or not – and I got a lot of glances.  My sister Terry and I remember many childhood events differently but we both agree that our mother was a  pistol. Here’s to Lillian Wolfe – she formed and informed what we are today.


1. Ellen Lee - May 10, 2020

What a beautiful tribute to your Mom.


judylobo - May 10, 2020

Thanks Ellen.


2. Bonnie - May 10, 2020

Great pics! Where was the baby polar bear from?


judylobo - May 10, 2020

Toledo Zoo


3. Mary Radice - May 10, 2020

Just beautiful….thanks Judy! And a Mom’s day funny: “What did mommy spider say to baby spider? You spend too much time on the web.” 🙂


judylobo - May 10, 2020



4. Paige Grecco - May 11, 2020

Love these Judy!!


judylobo - May 11, 2020

Thanks Paige


5. Margaret Flannery - May 12, 2020

Just had a chance to look at your pictures.So beautiful. Thank you so much for your weekly uplifts.


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