Too true. Wishing you sweet memories. Hard to imagine our siblings as seniors.
I try to, Mitch, at times. But to no avail.......their lives were lived as young people.
So true, Jim. All the more reason to live in the moment.
Enjoying the moment works for me, Martha.
A day for contemplation and memories. Hugs to you, Jim.
He was quite the character, Debra, from the day he was born.We used to have so many 'talks' about everything. I was always amazed at his wisdom and insights.
my brother was born in 1947 and died in 1972 too. right after he came back from vietnam. time is strange.
By the sounds of things, Joyce, he already had a full life for someone his age. Sending warm hugs to you because it is always sad to lose a family member......any time.
Very true words indeed. Warm greetings to you and best wishes always!
Hello Blogoratti! Always welcome here and good to 'see' you.
Jimbo...bitter sweet memories...my brither has been dead six years!
I hear you, John. I have been filled with bitter sweet memories all day. We were very close for all of his short life.Six years since your brother dies, John.......seems like yesterday in a way.
We need to remember how fleeting life is and to appreciate it every day. You're so good at honoring Bernard's memory. Have a good one, my friend!
I always try to remember my brother because in a sense this keeps him near. He gave me very good advice on a number of occasions and his death was a turning point in my life.....for the better.A good weekend to you and Terry, Louise.
So sad to know! But this is the bitter reality of life that we have to bear with. We do not know when we have to leave this world. It can be anytime and any minute. No one can say when it will be.
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