Like that Energizer bunny, ya know?
But also, still going to Rhinebeck!
Cathy-Cate to the rescue!
Since the links never show up in these subtitles, that’s Cathy-Cate…
I cannot find that poem my grandmother sent me. I’ve posted about grandmother here and here, and here, and in the grandparent post (there are some good old pics of things like beehive hairdos in some of those posts if you haven’t seen them). I thought, maybe I can find the poem on line. But where do I find it? In my comment on this post of Cathy-Cate’s. My copy is handwritten by Grandmother Winnie, on some sappy stationary with butterflies, but it is near and dear to me. I don’t know why she sent it, but like I say in that comment, it has often been on my wall. I took it down for something, and with life so busy, I can’t remember where I put it… but I will find it some day!
May the world hug you today
with its warmth and love
and whisper a joyful tune
in your heart
And may the wind
carry a voice
that tells you
there is a friend
sitting in another corner
of the world
wishing you well.
And to think, it was written (by somebody named Donna Abate I believe) loooong before blogging! But it gets to the idea that we all lift each other up.
So again I say thank you. (I do have some pictures and will put them up soon…)