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
Adam is married and he and his wife have two younger children. The family shares their home with two cats and two hermit crabs. The kids are working hard to get mommy and daddy to add a puppy...time will tell! They live in Sandy Springs and are active in the senior community.