demonstrate both the primary role of the Earth mother
in the narratives
talks about the '60s, but if she were a flower child she wouldn't be confronting menopause now so much as contemplating the possibility of a nursing home.
v v Star performance Patrick Mullins for a clinical ride on Earth Mother
v v Quote of the day "I hope they don't get us as drunk as they did yesterday
A beautifully soulful Earth Mother
walks the land placing "a piece of summer in a flower's seed" and powdering the trees with snow.
The Virgin, who is also known as Tonantzin-Guadalupe, then assumed all the qualities associated with the pre-conquest Earth Mother
, though believers prayed to her for a variety of reasons, not just fertility or the fecundity of the land.
New York has been a kind of earth mother
of modern and postmodern dance, sending her children out into the world.
Nevertheless, Mo Yan's focus on the female, particularly the maternal, is not simply another eulogy of the prototypical earth mother
Of the major characters, only Joan Allen's no-big-deal-about-it earth mother
Arlene seems to fully live in her skin, which she likes to expose completely while gardening.
She's ditched black leather and sunglasses to take on a new role as an earth mother
According to Anthony Perks, a University of British Columbia researcher, "There was a concept in Neolithic times of a great goddess or Earth Mother
, and Stonehenge could represent the opening by which the Earth Mother
gave birth to the plants and animals on which ancient people so depended.
Jane Jacobs is the great earth mother
of modern planning.
This year I wanted to use a person, originally it was to be androgynous but it was decided that an earth mother
holding the sun is a particularly powerful figure.