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White Dresses: A Memoir of Love and Secrets, Mothers and Daughters Mary Pflum Peterson | PDF

Mary Pflum Peterson

In this riveting, poignant memoir of three generations of women and the white dresses that adorned them—television producer Mary Pflum Peterson recounts a journey through loss and redemption, and her battle to rescue her mother, a former nun, from compulsive hoarding.

As a successful television journalist at Good Morning America, Mary Pflum is known as a polished and highly organized producer. It’s a persona at odds with her tortured childhood, where she watched her emotionally vulnerable mother fill their house with teetering piles of assorted “treasures.” But one thing has always united mother and daughter—their love of white dresses. From the dress worn by Mary’s mother when she became a nun and married Jesus, to the wedding gown she donned years later, to the special nightshirts she gifted Mary after the birth of her children, to graduation dresses and christening gowns, these white dresses embodied hope and new beginnings.

After her mother’s sudden death in 2010, Mary digs deep to understand the events that led to Anne’s unraveling. At twenty-one, Anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. But lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. Hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, Anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

Anne retreats into chaos. By the time Mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. Anne promises but fails to clean up for Mary’s high school graduation party, where Mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. In spite of everything, their bond endures. Through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as Mary tries in vain to save Anne from herself. 

Unflinchingly honest, insightful, and compelling, White Dresses is a beautiful, powerful story—and a reminder of the unbreakable bonds between mothers and daughters. 

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as a successful television journalist at good morning america, mary pflum is known as a polished and highly organized producer. it’s a persona at odds with her tortured childhood, where she watched her emotionally vulnerable mother fill their house with teetering piles of assorted “treasures.” but one thing has always united mother and daughter—their love of white dresses. from the dress worn by mary’s mother when she became a nun and married jesus, to the wedding gown she donned years later, to the special nightshirts she gifted mary after the birth of her children, to graduation dresses and christening gowns, these white dresses embodied hope and new beginnings.

after her mother’s sudden death in 2010, mary digs deep to understand the events that led to anne’s unraveling. at twenty-one, anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. but lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

anne retreats into chaos. by the time mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. anne promises but fails to clean up for mary’s high school graduation party, where mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. in spite of everything, their bond endures. through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as mary tries in vain to save anne from herself. 

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after her mother’s sudden death in 2010, mary digs deep to understand the events that led to anne’s unraveling. at twenty-one, anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. but lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

anne retreats into chaos. by the time mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. anne promises but fails to clean up for mary’s high school graduation party, where mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. in spite of everything, their bond endures. through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as mary tries in vain to save anne from herself. 

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anne retreats into chaos. by the time mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. anne promises but fails to clean up for mary’s high school graduation party, where mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. in spite of everything, their bond endures. through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as mary tries in vain to save anne from herself. 

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as a successful television journalist at good morning america, mary pflum is known as a polished and highly organized producer. it’s a persona at odds with her tortured childhood, where she watched her emotionally vulnerable mother fill their house with teetering piles of assorted “treasures.” but one thing has always united mother and daughter—their love of white dresses. from the dress worn by mary’s mother when she became a nun and married jesus, to the wedding gown she donned years later, to the special nightshirts she gifted mary after the birth of her children, to graduation dresses and christening gowns, these white dresses embodied hope and new beginnings.

after her mother’s sudden death in 2010, mary digs deep to understand the events that led to anne’s unraveling. at twenty-one, anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. but lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

anne retreats into chaos. by the time mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. anne promises but fails to clean up for mary’s high school graduation party, where mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. in spite of everything, their bond endures. through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as mary tries in vain to save anne from herself. 

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after her mother’s sudden death in 2010, mary digs deep to understand the events that led to anne’s unraveling. at twenty-one, anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. but lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

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as a successful television journalist at good morning america, mary pflum is known as a polished and highly organized producer. it’s a persona at odds with her tortured childhood, where she watched her emotionally vulnerable mother fill their house with teetering piles of assorted “treasures.” but one thing has always united mother and daughter—their love of white dresses. from the dress worn by mary’s mother when she became a nun and married jesus, to the wedding gown she donned years later, to the special nightshirts she gifted mary after the birth of her children, to graduation dresses and christening gowns, these white dresses embodied hope and new beginnings.

after her mother’s sudden death in 2010, mary digs deep to understand the events that led to anne’s unraveling. at twenty-one, anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. but lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

anne retreats into chaos. by the time mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. anne promises but fails to clean up for mary’s high school graduation party, where mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. in spite of everything, their bond endures. through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as mary tries in vain to save anne from herself. 

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as a successful television journalist at good morning america, mary pflum is known as a polished and highly organized producer. it’s a persona at odds with her tortured childhood, where she watched her emotionally vulnerable mother fill their house with teetering piles of assorted “treasures.” but one thing has always united mother and daughter—their love of white dresses. from the dress worn by mary’s mother when she became a nun and married jesus, to the wedding gown she donned years later, to the special nightshirts she gifted mary after the birth of her children, to graduation dresses and christening gowns, these white dresses embodied hope and new beginnings.

after her mother’s sudden death in 2010, mary digs deep to understand the events that led to anne’s unraveling. at twenty-one, anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. but lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

anne retreats into chaos. by the time mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. anne promises but fails to clean up for mary’s high school graduation party, where mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. in spite of everything, their bond endures. through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as mary tries in vain to save anne from herself. 

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as a successful television journalist at good morning america, mary pflum is known as a polished and highly organized producer. it’s a persona at odds with her tortured childhood, where she watched her emotionally vulnerable mother fill their house with teetering piles of assorted “treasures.” but one thing has always united mother and daughter—their love of white dresses. from the dress worn by mary’s mother when she became a nun and married jesus, to the wedding gown she donned years later, to the special nightshirts she gifted mary after the birth of her children, to graduation dresses and christening gowns, these white dresses embodied hope and new beginnings.

after her mother’s sudden death in 2010, mary digs deep to understand the events that led to anne’s unraveling. at twenty-one, anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. but lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

anne retreats into chaos. by the time mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. anne promises but fails to clean up for mary’s high school graduation party, where mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. in spite of everything, their bond endures. through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as mary tries in vain to save anne from herself. 

unflinchingly honest, insightful, and compelling, white dresses is a beautiful, powerful story—and a reminder of the unbreakable bonds between mothers and daughters. 
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as a successful television journalist at good morning america, mary pflum is known as a polished and highly organized producer. it’s a persona at odds with her tortured childhood, where she watched her emotionally vulnerable mother fill their house with teetering piles of assorted “treasures.” but one thing has always united mother and daughter—their love of white dresses. from the dress worn by mary’s mother when she became a nun and married jesus, to the wedding gown she donned years later, to the special nightshirts she gifted mary after the birth of her children, to graduation dresses and christening gowns, these white dresses embodied hope and new beginnings.

after her mother’s sudden death in 2010, mary digs deep to understand the events that led to anne’s unraveling. at twenty-one, anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. but lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

anne retreats into chaos. by the time mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. anne promises but fails to clean up for mary’s high school graduation party, where mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. in spite of everything, their bond endures. through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as mary tries in vain to save anne from herself. 

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as a successful television journalist at good morning america, mary pflum is known as a polished and highly organized producer. it’s a persona at odds with her tortured childhood, where she watched her emotionally vulnerable mother fill their house with teetering piles of assorted “treasures.” but one thing has always united mother and daughter—their love of white dresses. from the dress worn by mary’s mother when she became a nun and married jesus, to the wedding gown she donned years later, to the special nightshirts she gifted mary after the birth of her children, to graduation dresses and christening gowns, these white dresses embodied hope and new beginnings.

after her mother’s sudden death in 2010, mary digs deep to understand the events that led to anne’s unraveling. at twenty-one, anne entered a convent, committed to a life of prayer and helping others. but lengthy periods of enforced fasting, isolation from her beloved students, and constant humiliation eventually drove her to flee the convent almost a decade later. hoping to find new purpose as a wife and mother, anne instead married an abusive, closeted gay man—their eventual divorce another sign of her failure.

anne retreats into chaos. by the time mary is ten, their house is cluttered with broken appliances and stacks of unopened mail. anne promises but fails to clean up for mary’s high school graduation party, where mary is being honored as her school’s valedictorian, causing her perfectionist daughter’s fear and shame to grow in tandem with the heaps upon heaps of junk. in spite of everything, their bond endures. through the white dresses, pivotal events in their lives are celebrated, even as mary tries in vain to save anne from herself. 

unflinchingly honest, insightful, and compelling, white dresses is a beautiful, powerful story—and a reminder of the unbreakable bonds between mothers and daughters.  black again and the gear knob has a silver tip.

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