Times change, but memories last forever. That’s why it’s important to make good memories with the people you love and cherish in your life, before time runs out and you can’t spend as much time with them as you’d like. Here are some of the most delightful ways you can spend your time with those special loved ones in your life this Valentine’s Day.
The Way Back
When my grandmother passed away last year, I felt like a part of me had died too. I can still remember all the times we spent together when she came to visit from India. We would always go shopping or just go out for lunch and talk about everything under the sun. She was so full of life and always smiling. I will always cherish those memories of her that we made in the time she was here with us.
I can’t help but look back on all of the times I spent with my family and friends. They had been a big part of my life for so long that it was hard to imagine what I would do without them. It’s not just about the people though. As much as I loved those days full of laughter and games, I miss the simplicity of those times too. Sometimes it feels like everything is so much more complicated now than it was before.
It’s been a year since the day we said I do. You know what they say about time – it flies. It’s amazing how fast one year can go by. But in that time, we’ve made memories and shared experiences that will last a lifetime. We’ve grown as individuals and as a couple. And today I want to thank you for being my partner in life. Thanks for all the love, laughter and adventures we’ll continue to share together for years to come! Happy Anniversary!
30 Years Ago
This is a story of how I met my best friend. It all started when I was eight years old. I had just moved to a new neighborhood and school. It was an exciting time for me because it was the first time I had lived on my own and been able to make all of my own decisions (I’m sure you can imagine that this resulted in some questionable choices). One day as I walked home from school, I noticed someone sitting on the front porch of their house across the street from mine.
The time you spend with your friends and loved ones is precious. Spend the time you have with them wisely and make sure to cherish their memory for the rest of your life.
Sometimes we need to take a step back and reflect on what we have accomplished. Sometimes it’s hard to remember all the good times. But no matter where life takes us, all of those experiences will stay with us forever.
Loved Ones Left Behind
When we’re at our best, we can’t help but be reminded of those who have left us behind. It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day and forget about those that have fallen by the wayside. But when you do remember them and the time you spent together, it’s hard not to feel a sense of gratitude for the memories they gave you. Memories last forever.
Our Legacy Lives On
In order to make a legacy that lasts forever and has the ability to change lives in the future, we must first be intentional with how we live our life today. We can do this by reflecting on our past and figuring out what made us who we are today. Once you have done that then you will have a better understanding of who you want to be in the future.
A friend of mine recently passed away. I felt a mixture of emotions: sad that he was no longer with us, happy that he is finally at peace and most of all grateful to have had him in my life for as long as I did. He was there during the best and the worst times of my life. He was there when I needed someone to talk to or just someone to be around me. He always listened and never judged me for anything I said or did.