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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

What if you knew it would never happen again?

This is a bit of a departure from my usual post, but, having lost my Daddy last March, and seeing Mom deal with being a widow, this blog post I'm linking to really hit home with me.

It isn't about Stampin' Up!, or baseball, or Thirty-One... not selling you anything....

Just hoping that you will take the message in this blog post to heart:

I receive blog posts from The Generous Wife every morning (there is one for hubbies, too), and her post today was about the above article to which I linked. If you are married or in a relationship, the message might serve as a bit of a wake-up call, or at least a reminder that none of us knows when our time together is up....

let's make the most of it together this holiday season - Christmas is important, and should be fun and meaningful - but your spouse or significant other should know how important they are to you throughout all the busy-ness of the season.

What do you think about this article?



1 comment:

...Darlene said...

This is so true. It happened to me. My husband had a fatal heart attack in August he was 68. I am so struggling with the "if only, I had done this or that". We think we have time to do the things we need to do. Not always so.
Cherish each moment, never leave anger unsettled.