The house is littered with the leftovers (not too badly though) from last night’s scrabble feast in the living room with the family that was still awake. I went to bed and put in my ear plugs so the noise from the game in the room below wouldn’t keep me awake, but I really didn’t need them. And now this morning, while a nephew sleeps on the sofa and my wife brought me a muffin and glass of milk to wash down the vitamins I forgot to take yesterday, I collect the pieces of the day in my mind in order of their significance. What am I thankful for yesterday and today and all my days?
Well, number one, I guess, is that I still have my mother with me, in good health and in good mind. She’ll be 98 in January. Read More…
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This post was written by ed on November 28, 2008