This message was in front of a Alzheimer’s patient’s room at my dad’s rehabilitation hospital. I thought this was a very moving message and one that can relate to those directly or in directly affected by Alzheimer’s Disease.
I LOVE this! Words For Teenagers - 1959 (As Parents, we must teach this to our children!) If only I understood this as a teenager. No matter how much my parents tried to drive this into me, I didn't truly get it.
On a tombstone: "It isn't the date on either end that counts, but how they used their dash. For that dash between the dates represents all the time they spent alive on earth, and now only those who loved them know what that little line is worth.
Sometimes you just don't get that second chance. My heart breaks that I never got that last chance to tell my mom she means so much and I love get so. I love you mom. I am grateful Jesus is with you now, but my heart hurts not having you here in my life.