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Sia - My love (by Sayori382)
This song was stuck in my mind for months. And I couldn’t figure out where I had heard it. Turns out it’s from The Twilight Saga -Eclipse. Not exactly what you’d call my favorite movies. But I love this song so much. It’s perfect.
Today is my great grandma Venna’s 101st birthday and time celebrating valentine day. She does not use a walker or a cane, she has complete mental faculties, no dementia or Alzheimer’s. She know the names of every one of her children, grand children, great grand children and even her great great grand children. Grandma Venna is dedicated to helping people and working hard. Though she is limited by her fragile body, she makes hot pads for her family every day. She helps with the cooking and setting the table, she tries to go and get the mail (even though she’s not allowed!!). I hope I have even a small fraction of her work ethic, and I hope that if I should live to be 101+ that I will continue to be a participating member of my family until the day I die.
Well, today is Valentines Day. Maybe you, like me, don’t have that “special someone” to share it with. So today look for the people in your life who have inspired you, helped to shape you into the person you are becoming. Use today to reflect. Are you proud of who you have become? Tell the people you love that they matter to you, that their kindness and good deeds have not gone unseen. Today, don’t debate politics and religion, or old family feuds, just be grateful. You are not alone. Find someone to say thank you too and I love you, to.
Valentines Day should not be a day to give, not to gain.
Happy Valentines day. Happy Birthday Grandma Venna.
“‘Graziella’ Jules-Joseph Lefebvre, 1878”
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