Stones of Remembrance

As I approached 40 years of age, I immediately noticed the change.One disadvantage of aging is memory impairment. Things that once came easily to me don’t anymore. The first thing to go was my ability to remember people’s names. Then other episodes of memory lapses...

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I Hope I Never Get That Forgetful

I heard about three sisters -- ages 92, 94, and 96 -- who lived together. One night, the 96-year-old drew a bath. She put one foot in, then paused. "Was I getting in the tub or out?" She yelled.The 94-year-old hollered back, "I don't know, I'll come and see." She...

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Help Me Remember

I had to look twice. I couldn't believe what I saw the first time and truthfully, the second look didn't help.In a world full of "jazzies" and "mobile chairs" of all types, I saw the most amazing thing. A regular, old fashioned wheel chair. I mean old. No special...

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The First Thing I Did

Think about the bad moments in your life and ask, "What was the first thing I did?"Think about the good moments in life and ask, "What was the first thing I did?"If it involved acknowledging God I know you understand. If it didn't "What's the first thing you should...

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Never Forget That I Love You

At that very moment I thought, "I will never forget this!"But I did.There was a song back in the 70's that I can remember performing..."Please remember what I told you to forget." The original was by the Four Tops. But the one that I loved to sing was a true...

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