Coming to Terms

Coming to TermsNo time to write during this holiday week, so I thought I’d post something I wrote a few years ago instead.  Don’t forget to comment, below.  🙂

Yours in aging with class,
Jane

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7 Responses to Coming to Terms

  1. Kathy says:

    Hi Janie, I knew from what you had told me that your grandmother loved you a lot. But I didn’t know about you and her later years. I was moved to tears. I have a similar story, but instead of my grandmother, it was my mother. I wish I had been a more loving and compassionate daughter and knew the meaning of forgiveness before it was too late. So now I talk to my mother and hope and pray that she understood and has forgiven me. Thanks for your post. How lucky we are to have grandchildren. Love, Kahkee

  2. Liz Field says:

    nice

    My daughter and family just left and it is SO QUIET here that I am depressed!

  3. littlestbaby says:

    lovely reflections 🙂

  4. Thanks, Linda. Nice to hear from you. Appreciate your comments. Lots of love…

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