Live each day like your last

Today, I went to visit my Aunt Ursula she turned 85 on New Year’s Eve. I wanted to talk about this wonderful lady. I have only been related to for 20 years by marriage. Aunt Ursula would give you the shirt off her back if you told her you liked it. She has buried a husband and two of her five children. Ursula enjoys those around her, she is excited about an ice cream social tomorrow and the fellowship she will have with her neighbors. she has had a hard life but would never know by talking to her. She told me she lives everyday like it were her last because someday she will be right.

I have learned a few special things from her and just couldn’t  go without sharing.

* Give what you can, because it shows the Lord’s love.
* Listen to your family history, you may learn something you didn’t know.
* Enjoy your community and family
* Live each day like it was your last

Then next on our visit was my Aunt Corky, that almost lost her life last month. She is in a rehab center. I could hear Aunt Ursula words “Live each day like it was your last!” Because you just might be right.

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