Giving you a little Dia de los vibe…Have a read. Feel free to share.
He makes me feel safe.
I know him, but I don’t.
I’ve seen him, but I haven’t met him, but I know him.
He’s waiting for my call.
He’s with me always.
He is safe.
I don’t even know what he’s wearing.
I can take off everything when I am with him.
He is home.
Today I attended a funeral. It was a pretty packed house. The one thing I learned from this one and all funerals I’ve ever attended is this: If you love and/or appreciate someone, don’t wait till after they’re gone to tell their family and friends. Tell that person when they are alive because that’s when it does the most good, that is when it is most appreciated. It’s pretty simple and yet so very powerful. Start with, i really appreciate you when … Okay I learned a few things: The second is that people become saints after they are gone and the third is that you can find anything on Amazon. I heard some traditional gospel music I hadn’t heard in years so I went looking for it online. Bam! Amazon.com in mp3 format of all things. Crazy right? The main point of this is of course, don’t forget to spread the love.