It had nothing to do with investing
Such a wonderful, rich and emotional memory.
I was impressed when I read that your mom didn’t like the earnings! I looked again and read earrings! Thought that counts, right?
Marji, this account made my eyes tear up with so many memories. What a hero your dad was -- what grace he displayed. Your mom has it in abundance, and her mother did, too. You have a beautiful inheritance, and I'm not talking about stocks ! Much love, Debby
What a great article. Thanks for this Marji.
I lay here in bed, recovering from surgery and came across this post. It touched me so deeply on many levels and I was wiping away tears near the end. So many parallels that I will share with you someday ❤️thank you for sharing this beautiful memory.
I do love this story. Precious moments ❤️❤️
One of my favorite memories is my mom and dad helping us move a few things into the new place. One item is a fold away book case. When my dad took it out of the Explorer, it fell completely apart. I remember the look on his face of “oh well” and laughing. I still look at that bookcase and laugh at the memory.
Later we went to eat at a restaurant and he had trouble eating. We didn’t know...
Life is so precious and moments are even more precious. A lot of stupid stuff can easily fall away when we truly live from this awareness. Thank you for sharing... I love seeing your dad thru your eyes in this story. ❤️❤️❤️