Time

I honestly don't know what to post today. 

A tragedy happened in my family and while it happened to a distant cousin it doesn't make it any less tragic. She lost her little boy...he was only three....just a year older than Kyra. My heart aches for her.

I guess what I really want to convey with this post is, during this week when we recognize our blessings and remember to be thankful, is that we always assume we have more time. Time to do the things we want to do. Time to hug the ones we love. 

But one day will be the last day. 

One time will be the last time. 

So if you are going to be seeing family this holiday. Hold them tight. 

If you aren't going to see them. Call them. 

Tell people you love them. Cherish memories that  you've made and laugh and enjoy one another. 

Because time is fleeting, and there is never enough of it. 

Except I know that I don't have time to do all I want to. Don't take life or your loved ones for granted

4 comments:

  1. I am so sorry for your family's loss. My heart is with you.

    Lauren
    ohheyilikethat.blogspot.com

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  2. So sorry for your family's loss.

    That quote is one of my favorites and so true. It's important not to wait or delay in most areas. We don't know if we have time.

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  3. I'm so sorry for your family's loss... I'll be thinking about you guys.

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  4. Distant cousin or close one, this is still a painful time for your family. I hope you feel surrounded by love and comfort this weekend.

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