Sunday, October 23, 2011

Quote of the Day

A few weeks ago, while at mom's house, I started reading a book I found on her bookshelf.  The book is called "Saving Graces," by Elizabeth Edwards.  I only made it a little ways into the book before things got worse with mom and I put the book down.  This morning, I picked up the book and it made me sad for a minute.  It brought back the memory of where I was when I started reading the book.  It brought back the reminder that I was reading a book about a woman with cancer.  When I opened the book I noticed something I hadn't noticed before.  On the bookmark, in my mom's handwriting, it said, "Be kinder than necessary, for everyone you meet is fighting some kind of battle."  I'm not sure why I hadn't noticed that before, but I do know that I love my new bookmark and look forward to finishing this inspiring book. 

Thanks for the quote mom...
Amy

9 comments:

  1. What a blessing to know your mom is still talking to you...I will keep this quote as one of my very favorites. Thanks Amy.

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  2. I loved that book...read it many years ago, now much read it again.....what a great surprise to notice on the bookmark....

    Hugs from Oregon... :)

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  3. Love it.... We (me, Janeen and Pam) were just commenting on all the reminders signs symbols we are seeing and receiving these days! Thanks Dorie Dor!!
    I still check the blog and glad your still writing!!
    Love ya,
    Shell

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  4. It's a sign that she's still with you.

    Hugs to your family

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  5. Hello,
    I have a question about your blog. Please email me!
    Thanks,
    David

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  6. Amy,
    Thanks for sharing with all of us. Angel Dor speaks to me in some way every day. I'm hearing the same thing from many of her friends. She's comforting us.
    Love,
    Neener

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  7. I wanna make that my status it's a great reminder!! Thanks for the post, wishing you all strength.

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  8. Funny how we all still gravitate to the blog. I was so excited today to see a new post. Your mom will "talk" to you for years to come. You will hear her at the oddest times. Sending love and blessing to you all.
    Sheryl

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  9. Thanks Amy for sharing that with us! In years to come, you will find little things like that that you might have missed before. Keep them close to your heart...

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