Saturday, March 9, 2019

Memories of Love 💕


     It was difficult to believe she has lived on this planet for 78 years. Her smile added to her beauty. I only said ’Hi’;  pay attention to what she said ”Hi, I had a good life. He took me everywhere we never left each other. He treated me like a queen. He loved me dearly. I had a good life. He made my life worth living and I was happy to be his wife.” I asked her ’Do you have his pictures?’ She said, ”No, I don't.” I asked her ’what is his name?’ Then, she smiled and started brainstorming, she said ”I forgot my husband’s name.” For real! I was touched. Yeah! I was really emotional after I heard the woman’s love life story. The old lady has an Alzheimer disease which  causes memory loss. The disease makes her forget her husband's name but the Alzheimer disease never eat up the good memory she built with her husband. The memory lives in her forever. 
  As we age, we neglect material things, we never care about the latest outfits or the ongoing party around us but we live in our memories. Here is my question; what memory do you want to live in as you age? Here is a take-home; it is advisable to live a good life with loved ones, enjoy your love life.  Don't keep bad memories like arguing always, quarrelling all the time, nagging, complaining. Do you know something? A relationship is like a wrapped gift that you never knew what you are getting until you unwrap it. Believe it or not, whatever you see from the wrapping package is what you get. So, you either stop complaining and learn how to adjust to your new gift which is your relationship or you do a rethink at the appropriate/suitable time. Make life meaningful and enjoy it. This applies to My gorgeous living singles, you can create your interesting and unforgettable memories for yourself. Make good friends and enjoy your freedom of being single.
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Memories of Love 💕

     It was difficult to believe she has lived on this planet for 78 years. Her smile added to her beauty. I only said ’Hi’;  pay attention...