Thanks! I bet you’re a babe, too!
I hope the best way to acknowledge the sacrifice and unconditional love of mothers is through social media. ”
If you’re told what to look for, you can’t see anything else. So one thing is to see, in a way, without words…. Once you have an idea, or somebody tells you something to look for, that’s about all you can see. I had this experience recently: A dear friend of ours has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, and I hadn’t seen her for about six months. And when she came and visited, I couldn’t see her anymore. I could only look now for symptoms, how the dementia was manifesting itself. I couldn’t see her through any other lens but the possible symptoms. And that one word, that one piece of knowledge totally corrupted every time I looked at her. ”
Do you remember the song that was playing the night we met?
No, but I remember every song I have heard since. ”
I held the door open for an old lady at this coffee shop and now she’s in line in front of me. This is bullshit. ”