Sometimes its a song, sometimes its a programme
By Charlie, Nov 25 2018 07:38PM
Some days, it doesn’t matter where you are. It could be a song in the pub or in a supermarket or on the radio in the car. It could be a programme on the television. They come when you least expect them, but they will come.
Sometimes you dont even realise they are there, you dont remember what you are thinking, but suddenly, clear as day, memories, that sometimes you don’t even remember you have or you have locked away at the back of your mind, come flooding back.
Suddenly you are right back there, suddenly you are there at his bedside in his last moments before the angels took him away or watching his funeral car arrive at the house or seeing the faces of the people at his funeral, but thats all you can remember. You have took look at a picture to remember his face and no matter how hard you try you can’t get your head to bring back any other memories.
You take a deep breath, you shake your head, you close your eyes and take another breath but still nothing.
The point I am trying to make is don’t take anything for granted. Make the most of everyday. Ring your mum, go and see your sister, send your cousin a postcard or your friend a card just to say you are thinking of them. Tell your loved ones that you love them.
Don’t let anyone think they are not thought of and make sure that you make as many memories as you can as you never know when you wont be able make more memories.
Everyone matter xxx