Freeze Time. There are days like today where I sit back and reminisce about the good old days and I wish I could freeze time. Thankfully this morose feeling doesn’t last long. Stuck in the past is no way to live; one has to move forward. Keep the memories, sure! But don’t close off to what’s in store for the future. The only thing constant in life is change and I have always embraced change … maybe after a little reluctance but I usually come around quickly. I am a jump on the band wagon, I’ll try almost anything once type. Thank you daddy! Most things good in me, I attribute to his influence.
Anyhow, moving along, we have one more day until the milestone, ten year anniversary of a most unfortunate event. The suspense will end because I will unveil our story of that fateful day. In the meantime, I will organize my office, since doing so was a bust when I tried last Saturday. I’ll leave you with a picture I found when I was supposed to be cleaning. This is one of my favorites because it was taken right before H was diagnosed. The carefree innocence of childhood before cancer invaded their life. These … four … kids … are the reason that this morning I kind of wanted to freeze time.
As always, more to come.