Earlier this week I was riding down in an elevator at a doctor’s office thinking about how I wanted a new car. Mine just turned 18 years-old and my “wheels” have become a source good natured entertainment to many of my friends (not to mention my kids!). As I pondered if my next chariot might be an Infiniti or Honda, an elderly couple made their way on to the elevator…one clearly living with a movement disorder. We exchanged pleasantries and rode down.
As I approached my car in the garage, I stopped at my trunk and had a moment. I felt silly for worrying about a car when I had my health. Sure, a car is nice to have…especially in Atlanta…but too often I get side-tracked by things that seem important but in truth are a detail.
As we approach the holidays remember that family, friends and our health and the greatest gifts we can ever receive. For many, these gifts are elusive.
I also hope you will enjoy The Piano Guys in action…and to think I though there was only one was to play the piano! Angels We Have Heard
Happy Holidays from your friends at Caring Companions of Atlanta