Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge – Memorable Day

Sue W and GC are the hosts of Weekly Prompts

“Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.” ~ Unknown.

Weekend Challenge Memorable Day from Sue W and GC.

This week partner GC and I ask you to share images or tell us about a memorable day.

How you choose to translate the challenge is entirely up to you, loosely connected or strictly to the letter – Words, Pictures, Poetry or Rhyme. 

Please tag Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge.

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There are so many memories that have lived in my mind for a long time. Some are really wonderful ones and others are terribly sad ones. Both types of memories are to be cherished as these events made me who I am.

Some of my happy memories are ;

The day I got married

Birth of my three kids

The milestones of my children

Birth of my three grandchildren

The day I started my blog

Finally coming home after spending 5 years in America ( off and on)

My sad memories are centered on the death of my mother when I was 6 and that of my father’s passing away when I was 43. These events were very painful but I learned a lot from them too.

If our lives were just filled with happiness, we would never know its value. I learned that to feel happy, we need to feel sadness as well. I am a product of my good and sad memories.

Memories are the way where we relive those days. If our memories are colored with a feeling of gratitude, we become richer and wiser because of them. If we look at our memories with regret and wistfulness, we lose a bit of our present to them.

Make your memorable days a source of everlasting gratitude.

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15 thoughts on “Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge – Memorable Day

  1. A beautifully reflective post, Sadje. This here is my favorite part.
    “If our lives were just filled with happiness, we would never know its value. I learned that to feel happy, we need to feel sadness as well. I am a product of my good and sad memories.” So true, my friend.

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  2. Memories are the way where we relive those days. If our memories are colored with a feeling of gratitude, we become richer and wiser because of them. If we look at our memories with regret and wistfulness, we lose a bit of our present to them.

    That’s so true. Very well said, my friend. Great advice 😃

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