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Tag: love

Give A Little Love

Give a little love, do something nice and spread some cheer every chance you get.  Like ripples on the water everything thing we do creates an effect on our environment and the people around us.  Yesterday I was feeling rather blue and had several friends that were kind by calling to say they were thinking… Read More ›

Puppy Love

There’s no better example of unconditional love that a dog.  Whether you’ve been gone for 5 hours or 5 minutes they are still happy and excited to see you. Dogs come in all shapes and sizes just like people.  There’s a little puppy for everyone who wants to add a member to their family. A… Read More ›

Fishing In The Park

It’s interesting how we age in this life.  Our body’s age every day, but our souls, our minds grow according to what we put in them, what we feed them.  I am so thankful for memories and how our minds store information. I remember being about 5-6 years old, warm spring days, and dad making… Read More ›

You are Important!

Don’t you hate it when you are in the middle of a conversation and suddenly you get lost?  The person talking is emotional and the subject is important, but somehow some where they changed subjects or switched things a little in the middle of their talk and you are struggling to get back on track… Read More ›

Grief and Birthdays

If there is one thing I have come to realize the last few weeks it’s that grief is completely unpredictable, and that it will not be ignored.  You will not skip by it, you will not just put it off until later, you will get doubled over and knocked down, and then struggle to keep… Read More ›

Unfinished Treasure

My mom was crocheting a tablecloth.  It was a project she started about two years ago or so.  She had crocheted a tablecloth for my brother and his wife and asked if I wanted one.   I said yes, but not the same pattern. The pattern we chose was called Cathedral Window.  She kept telling me… Read More ›

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We do not need to see in order to hear and feel.  These are the next best things.  Take heart, it’s not forever, only for a little human while.  I will be here to keep you company as long as possible.  – Pa Xiong  (c)

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