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July 30, 2007



True. We often don't realize the importance of someone or something until they're gone. It's only appropriate that we need to alter this behavior by recognizing it now.

Larry Lehmer

Thanks, Pamela. It's so easy to take what we have for granted. Often it's just a case of valuing what we already have instead of focusing all our energies on what we want in the future. A little gratitude and humility help. I hope you drop by again.


This is a good reminder. We don't have to wait for things to happen and then regret that we didn't have the chance to do it. Let's not waste time and grab the opportunity.

Larry Lehmer

That's so true, Helen. The best way to ward off those regrets is to take action. Our descendants will thank us for it.

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