As we Grow Old-Photo Essay

Young-Winter-Difficult Days

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IMG_0352My Dad-Late 1940’s, Winter 2013, and after his illness Summer 2014, Lesson-  Never waste time, treasure your memories, let the people you love know it-every day-Remember what they taught you, ask them to tell you the stories of thier lives, write them down, share them with your childrem, and grandchildren.  Smile as we see the similarities and understand that times and ways change over the years, Love and time are the most important gifts we can give.

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  1. 1

    Every day, cherish family, ask questions so legacies can be created and share, and make a point to let them know they are loved and appreciated. Spot on, beebee!

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    SwittersB said,

    Brenda, I was just having a conversation tonight with my wife re the need for her siblings to spend more time visiting with their parents…not to unload their woes, but rather to just listen and gather every little nugget of their lives.

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    Sandra Bennett said,

    There are so many questions I wish I had asked…Suddenly I realize I’m
    at the brick wall, and there is nobody else to ask..Sad, really….

  4. 5

    My dad would always say “you can’t out run Father Time” we get a big head start, but F.T. Always catches up.


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