Holiday Reflections, 2001

The sound of a heart breaking is unmistakable.

Joy-filled laughter explodes with blatant disregard for decorum.

We are always more regret-filled for the risks we did not take than for those we did.

While heartrates may increase, time itself stands still during the words, “Will you marry me?”

Words of wisdom from those we’ve lost may no longer be audible, but if we are willing to learn a sort of spiritual braille, the insight is still available to us.

Animals know when to hug us the most.

Family is not defined by genetic contribution.

Taking care of yourself is the best way to take care of those you love.

One must never outgrow bedtime stories.

There will never be enough time to do everything.

Love is a verb first, then a noun.

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