kind and thoughtful. Truly, he is.
Trying to keep up with him recently (not always an easy task), I explained my slowness by saying:
'I'm coming. I'm just lazy.'
Oh dear (I could hear him thinking).... Could Grandma be feeling unhappy about that? Why, such a thing would never do.
'Oh no you're not!' he said quickly.
He seemed determined to reassure me.
'You're just tired, Gaga. And OLD.'
That explains a lot.
'I say we should look to the young, untarnished, without stereotypes implanted in their minds, no poison, no hatred in their hearts. When we learn to see life through the eyes of a child, that is when we become truly wise.' (Mother Teresa of Calcutta)
Painting: Jozef Israëls
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Thank you, Kathleen!Delete
Thanks, Brenda :)Delete
Short and to the point.ReplyDelete
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such a sweet story -- I remember thinking my grandparents were OLD when they were the age I am now :)ReplyDelete
:)! Thanks, Deborah!Delete
CUTE story and BEAUTIFUL quote! I have on many occasions thought the same thing...but I never follow through. Thank you for the gentle reminder!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much, Patty!Delete