see you soon.

To be honest, I really don’t know what to say today. It’s difficult to try and put words onto paper when you’re not really sure what you’re feeling. It’s better to just not say anything at all… Sometimes.

I’m only posting to say this:

Look at the people you have around you today. Every time someone makes you smile, laugh, or even cry— look at them. Really, really see them. See the impact they are having on your life right now, and be thankful. The time you have with them should never be taken for granted. It’s time you will never get back— time you will someday want back.

So if you come to a point where that time has run out, try not to wish that time back. Instead be grateful for what you were able to have. People around us don’t live forever, but their souls do. And even more importantly, the memories you have with them do…


I love you great-grandma.

One thought on “see you soon.

  1. What a wonderful message, Kelsi. Someone commented to me yesterday that they were broken-hearted that they hadn’t gotten here to see Grandma again recently. I said that they should know that she really appreciated their visits here, and not to dwell on the day she died, but to remember the 92+ years of good days that she had before that day. That’s what I do when I think of my parents, I think of my Dad’s 92+ good years and Mom’s 57+ good years, and not the one really sad day or the sad days after. It’s what Grandma Maggie would have wanted for all of us. Love your message and love you ❤️❤️❤️

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