If I have learned one thing and yes I have said it many times, it’s that.
Count your blessings.
Cherish what you have.
It’s often the smallest things that mean the most: a smile, a touch of the hand, a kiss, a thank you on the lips.
Twelve years ago I said goodbye to the most important person in my life. It all happened so fast. One second we were buying house things, tables, choosing duvet covers, cushions… you know what I mean… for the house we were buying. And then it was all over and it was just me. I picked up the keys without him while he was in the hospital (but then expected to be okay, the diagnosis came a week later), I moved in without him. I bought cushions without him.
It feels like I have been on a massive journey to finally be back to thinking housey things again with my lovely Mal. How odd the world is, but I cherish it all as we look ahead… new beginnings. Change.
It’s been a long journey for us both.
So yes, one simple message: be thankful, be grateful, cherish every moment.
That is all ❤