You won’t find a long post here. Just a short note saying I hold you dear.
I’m grateful you took the time to read this post. I feel seen and not like a ghost.
Thank you for reading , liking and following my blog. It means so much to me. If I knew how to send individual messages to each of you I would. Stay safe my lovely readers.
Hugs from Brooklyn,
You are my love
My one and only
Without you in my life
I would be so lonely
Don’t go away
Now say the above to yourself in the mirror because you should be the most loved. Don’t lose yourself to other’s ill words and actions. Stay strong my friends. Sending you good vibes and hugs from Brooklyn.
Love Guady G
Why is it that when you share with others that someone you love is sick or is dying, the question they ask is “How old?” So you tell them the age and the response varies depending on the age.
A baby makes people sad because life wasn’t lived. If you say an age over 80 then the response is “Well at least they lived a good life.” Is it supposed to hurt less because they were older?
In actually it hurts more because there are more memories and stronger bonds. Heck if it’s family it hurts because you will miss their facial expressions, their hugs, the tears they shed for you because they worried for you. They cared for you like no other could. Heck that response gets me upset and a bit irritated. Continue reading “The elderly and ….”
Please come back
You were the one that made me happy
Now I just walk around all sappy
My hair dirty and nappy
My attitude at times snappy
I don’t care anymore that you were wack
Or that you lived in a shack
Or that you had a heart attack
I didn’t know how much I loved you
I took for granted your value
Now what will I do?
I have no clue.
Lesson is think carefully before acting or you might later regret it. What you don’t treasure someone else will. Live life without regrets. Tell someone you love them today.
Love always Guady G
His posts are always on point.
They are written to never disappoint.
His advice is always so darn clever.
He makes blogging seem like a simple endeavor.
I am grateful for each of his posts. I enjoy reading them as I have my morning toasts.
He just seems to have a way with words. With his advice and writing tips better bloggers have emerged.
For me I love spending my time writing in rhyme.
This morning I had no clue what to write but reading his last post helped me see the light.
OMG I just created my new post.
Thanks to him I won’t be forgotten. I won’t be a ghost.
Check him out.
Sincerely Guady G
Sending you hugs from Brooklyn