Heart Choices: Five Minute Friday: Anniversary

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Five Minute Friday: Anniversary



It's Five Minute Friday when I link up with other writers. We are given a one-word prompt and get to write for five minutes flat. Our word for this week is Anniversary.

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Anniversaries are days to remember special events.

My husband and I will soon celebrate our 34th wedding anniversary. I remember our wedding in Vail, Colorado like it was yesterday. We exchanged our vows in a church on the mountainside and celebrated with close family and friends at the Lodge.

I always remember the anniversary of my open heart surgery. 1960 was so many years ago, but that date is marked on my calendar. My congenital heart defect was corrected when I was a child. But the events that transpired are also etched in my mind like it was yesterday.

Anniversaries are events that changed the course of my life. Not all are happy events. I think of the day my mom left this earth. But I mark them down on my calendar so I will not forget. It's good to celebrate. And it's good to look back and remember.

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Blessings and love,

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Debbie Petras
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  1. It is good to remember all of life and all of the things that make it shine and cloudy. That's how stories are built. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. This is really wonderful, Debbie. If we lose our past, we lose a large part of who we are.

    #1 at FMF this week.

    https://blessed-are-the-pure-of-heart.blogspot.com/2018/08/your-dying-spouse-502-father-into-your.html

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  3. It's good to write down anniversaries... I forget so often. I do remember those anniversaries that fall on 'special days' like my mom's passing just beyond midnight of 4th of July.. but I often forget how many years. Past twenty --- but I always have to ask someone.

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