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One-Liner Wednesday – Rorschach Test

“It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness”. ~Charles Spurgeon

In the light of Thanksgiving, may we all have the spirit of gratitude. I know my life today is far greater than my wildest dreams. I am far from a millionaire, and live quite simply actually, and I couldn’t be happier. It is those simple little gifts that have been given that mean the very most. The matter of the heart gifts. Give thanks with a grateful heart!

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One-liner Wednesday September 16, She may have no recollection you came that day, but she knows how very much you love her, Alzheimer’s stare…

“I want to tell you how much I miss my mother. Bits of her are still there. I miss her most when I’m sitting across from her.”

My beautiful mother-in-law-, she is deteriorating by the day. We just keep on showing up, and loving her because we get to do the next right thing. Be present! We all have one common bound we all just want to be loved!

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One-liner Wednesday September 2, Patience is a virtue (play on words)

Yet I wasn’t laughing

Yet I wasn’t laughing, since Covid and Breast Cancer double Mastectomy surgery this has been my life, except I wasn’t laughing.

So the whole idea I pull up with my driver, and we call the number on the outside of the door to the clinic to check in. My mom happened to be my driver on this day. The lady responds with “a nurse will be right out to get you.” It is a very hot dry day resting temp is about 98 degrees.

My mom proceeds to recline her drivers seat, and begins to fall asleep. It is pretty close to closing time inside the clinic. Once 5:00 rolled around, and an hour had passed I called that number again. They forgot about me, and it was my mom who was more unhappy about the situation then me. She let them know when they came out to get me too. She works at a hospital so this was not okay with her in slightest bit, Covid or no Covid. I was like you tell them mom. Covid has changed how all my appointments go. This day though my mom and I were really like seriously?!?! Patience is a virtue (play on words).