Monday, November 23, 2015

Write It Down

Do you ever have a conversation with someone and they remind you of something they've told you before but you completely forgot it? That happened over the weekend. At the moment he told me, I made a mental note that it was important for me to write it down somewhere. Here.
I'm not even sure how we got to the topic but my hubby reminded me that his mom enrolled him in the Arthur Murray School of Dance when he was a kid.
Now, I do remember him telling me that before but that little factoid was buried somewhere in my mind and if he had never brought it up again, it's a piece of information that I would forget about him. He told me that back in the day his mom  loved all things free. We got a good chuckle out of that.
Maybe it's because we attended the birthday party of a 6 year old yesterday at the arcade. All last week I kept thinking our friends' son was turning five. Time does not stand still for anyone.
I'm here to encourage anyone who reads this to write stuff down. Take a picture. Print it. Write about the day it was taken. Leave it somewhere you can see it later. Our lives get full and these wonderful facts about our loved ones get buried. 
Listen to people. Really hear what they are saying. Take it in. Enjoy it. Remember it.
love, susan


  1. a sticker on my forehead might help also..I forget..forget and forget. You look as good dancing as Gene so maybe you took lessons also? N

    1. No, no dancing lessons for me. We sure do have fun dancing together! I'll be it would have been fun to take lessons earlier on with him. Love that man!!!

  2. So true. It's important to capture those moments, yet so easy to forget! Thanks for the reminder.


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