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I'm late, I'm late

For a very important date! Today is my birthday! I was greeted with so many well wishes, I wanted to say thank you to each and everyone of you who remembered. I so appreciated hearing from you.
One of the most precious gifts is friendship, the personal time one takes to share a moment with someone else. Means a lot to me. Even with the electronic age,the fact that someone remembers, fills me with happiness.
That little girl raking leaves with her Dad, is a memory of a time shared with a man I’ll never ever forget. He passed away when I was 10, but his influence, love and nurturing live on in me today.

In PL we celebrate Ancestor’s Day on the 11th of each month. My father taught me that everyday is a celebration of “life”…to challenge myself, and always look at life as an experience to be lived. Not to fear failure, but to proactively challenge each new situation.

Believe there is always a reason, for what is. Know that tomorrow is another day. Have faith in the Divine love of God that is always with you.

You may be late, but you will always be on time for where you need to be in that one given moment.

Comments on: "I’m late, I’m late" (2)

  1. Happy Birthday! I hope it was a wonderful one!

  2. thanks but your blog on the Japanese food has me looking around here for a good source of Japanese food.. so even though I loved having dinner with family, the Chinese food just didn’t cut it for me. The blog you did on the chain foods with the pictures has me wanting “MORE”…. thanks for the birthday wishes… LOL..Canada is a big place.. I’ll keep looking!

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