Start a Love Train

Haven't had much to say, thus the huge allotment of photos.

Here's one now:

My Dad has been very ill and the effect of this has been to turn me into more of a cave dweller than usual. I dread answering the phone. I haven't been keeping up with my email; even forgot to pay the damn ISP bill.

Moody. I've been very moody.

We've all had loss touch our lives in some way. If there is anything positive to take away from it, it is to never take for granted the people you still have in your life. Freely forgive, cherish and admire your people. Hug them, soothe them, have silences with them and never forget them.

This season, however you celebrate it, is a good one to reach out, reach out and touch someone.


Put aside regret, guilt, long-standing miffs and tiny angers.

Love your people without hesitation while you can.


Chris said...

I am a huge fan of your blog, which I began frequenting at the recommendation of Michael (NFADR). I am very familiar with dealing/caring for a sick parent and my thoughts and prayers will be with you.

Thanks for such an entertaining blog.

Jennifer Jordan said...

There is so much I want to do and so little I can do.

Thanks, Chris.