Putting flowers beside the graves of my father, and my husband’s grandparents, Paul and Naydeen
Using a columbine flower from a plant that was in Naydeen’s garden, then her daughter Susie’s yard, and now in my flower bed, to put beside their gravemarker.
Planting hostas and other flowers in front of the house to make it look green and alive.
Arranging potted flowers in the front to give a splash of color.
Traveling to Martin Creek to spend a weekend with my mom, brother, sister, brother-in-law and two daughters.
Letting my oldest daughter stay home with her dad so she can get caught up on school projects.
Promising your youngest daughter you will play the card game of “Spoons” with her today.
Listening to your middle daughter memorize her lines for her upcoming performance.
Cooking breakfast for your family, and making that special potato dish you created.
Buying cough and cold medicine for your sister before you leave so she doesn’t have to drive back into town.
These are just a few small gestures that hopefully told some people
You are important.
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