Tuesday's Grand Connection Thought
by Mary May Larmoyeux
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As we pause to remember the events of September 11, 2001, may we consider the value of life itself.
Several years ago, one of my good friends, Karen Jordan shared a very though-provoking article that someone in her family wrote. I wanted to pass the article on to you. It sure made me think about what really matters in this world. After all, we grandparents have only so many years to invest in our legacy.
Enjoy the article! You'll be glad that you read it.
“Garage-sailing” became the best venue to interact with my grown daughter early on Saturday mornings this summer. The only way to get to know her, as an adult, seems to require a loss of sleep on my part. Her menagerie of young children, pets, and strong-willed husband leaves little time for me to ever talk privately with her.
After four or five hours of visiting garage and yard sales ... read more.
Have a great week,
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