- I can choose my family.
- True friends will help me when I am in need … but they all don’t step up in the same manner.
- My needs are not always obvious; sometimes I have to ask.
- The younger members of my family may not value what I have preserved for their posterity … and that is my issue, not theirs.
- I have everything I need to enjoy the rest of my life.
- Change is sometimes pretty tough.
- Loss is tougher.
- There is truth in Edith Wharton’s words: “There are two ways of spreading light: be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.”
- I no longer need my writing to change anything — I just know I need to do it.
- I am not defined by my mistakes.
Bonus Truth: Everything I know to be true for me is worth saying out loud.
What do you know to be true for you?
A, this is so good! I was going to immediately sit down and write mine……….HA! Will let you know if it ever happens. Love ya.
Not that you need it, C, but you have my permission to not write a darned thing!