Thursday, September 7, 2017

Forever close to my heart: The treasured letters


These are those precious letters that kept me going when I first left home.  The ones from Mom, Dad, and Granny along with my other friends.  They were the ones that I could not read for myself in those days and I had to depend on sighted assistance to read them.

Alas, I had managed to keep some of them safely tucked away in my briefcase. When I had enough vision to read I sure as heck read each of them several times to ensure that they remained firmly implanted in my memory bank.

Now that I can no longer read them, it does not mean that I do not remember them.  Yes, I remember each of them but I do not know whether or not the print is faded.  That does not matter to me; the print in my mind burns brightly on!

Yes, my treasured letters forever.

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