Friday, February 13, 2015

Remembering the comforter

Call me a sap or whatever you will, this is how I felt when I finally decided to part company with my beloved comforter. I had had it for many years and knew exactly what it looked like as I had bought it when I still had vision.

It was so beautiful, with large pink flowers on a white background. It was so crisp and bright and oh how I loved it. I have since bought a new one but it is not quite the same, and why? Because I do not really know what it looks like and I have had to depend on my mom to describe it to me. I can tell you that there is a huge difference between being able to see something for one's self as opposed to having someone to describe it for me.

Oh well, that's life. My beloved comforter is gone to a better place now.

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