Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

“’Cause I’ve lost loved ones in the past Who never knew how much I loved them Now I live with the regret That my true feelings for them never were revealed…” – Song: “If Tomorrow Never Comes,” by Garth Brooks It seems in life that too many times, too many people express the regret that they didn’t know more about someone special in their lives; that they didn’t tell them something before it was too late. I am guilty of …


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2 comments on “Don’t Wait Until It’s Too Late

  1. Barb Burkholder on said:

    Thanks for another compelling life story. May your brother rest in the peace of the Lord.
    Barb Burkholder in Dublin, Ohio

  2. D Reed on said:

    God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
    I agree with “Don’t wait”. My brother was diagnosed last year with Lukemia. We both share a love of music, it is our unique bond, and often play at family events together.
    This past summer we took our first ever vacation together at a guitar camp in Tennessee. We learned so much about each other at that camp, sharing stories about our lives, recapturing early family memories and just enjoying each other. He is doing well at this time and is in remission, but we have vowed to spend each summer at a place of our choosing to spend with each other in some shared interest. Don’t wait!

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