Friday, July 21, 2017

A favorite memory: Remembering Mom's rose curtains

I can no longer see them but I sure remember what they look like.  They are bright and they light up her guest room.  They hang majestically from their rod and sway gently in the breeze.  They keep out the bright morning sun and they protect the room at night.

Mom's rose curtains are something very special; not just curtains but simply an important part of the room's decor.  Funny for me to say this but this is how I feel about those wonderful looking curtains.

They used to help me imagine and create whenever I lay there staring at them.  They would help me to fetch moments of happiness and refreshing thoughts and for some odd reason they always seemed to help me calm myself when I needed it. Indeed!  This is what Mom's rose curtains meant to me!

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