I may not
remember what you say to me.
I may not
remember what you do for me.
But I will
always remember how you make me feel.
These are words that kept popping up in my mind this
It seems that each week an excuse to celebrate my
birthday occurs again, but I am not complaining. It just means that I am
reminded again of the varied kinds of love shown by my different
“families.” I have my family of sisters and their children, our family
of sons and daughters, grandchildren, coworkers, church family, former
students, our children’s friends, friends from special interest groups .
. . this list could fill the rest of the page.
Now that I am 80, I have so many memories of each
“family” showing love in different ways. I may not remember all the
words or actions, but I will never forget the feeling.
A young grandson will respond to the greeting, “I love
you,” with the reply, “I know dat.” This is heartwarming, because it
means to me that he feels loved, which is the best feeling of all!
Pass your love on. It will reach around the world!