In Loving Memory…

penThese past couple of weeks have been inundated with worry, tears, loss, and family. My sister in-law, Penny, passed away last week 3 days after a cancer diagnosis. Just turned 65, Penny was going to retire in July.  Her children, my nephews, have now suddenly lost both of their parents in the past 2 years…and they are in their early 40’s. I remember when my grandfather passed away, my mom saying that she was no longer anyone’s child. I never really thought of it that way. How devastating for them.  I watched as my husband, Bo, mourned the loss of yet another sibling.  I am reminded how fortunate that I am to still have both of my parents and my sisters.

Two days after Penny’s passing my mom had knee replacement surgery. As I sat in the hospital looking at my aging, worried dad, it reminded me how precious life is and how we never really know what the next few days will bring us.

I do my best to live my life with faith and positivity and do not wish to bring anyone down with this post. I do, however, think that it is important to be reminded that we do not know what tomorrow brings. As you read this, I would ask that you pick up the telephone and call your parents, children, siblings, family members and friends. Tell them you love them. Schedule a time to visit or take them to lunch. Hug them every time to see them.

My business is all about time. All of our lives are busy with our day-to-day responsibilities and most of us do not take…no make…the time for the ones that are truly the most important to us. Let’s all do something today to change that.

Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you will look back and realize they were the big things.~Unknown

headshot2About the Author: Sheri Miller is the Owner of Another You, LLC, a Business Concierge/Personal Assistant service in the Dayton, Ohio area. Sheri helps small business owners save time and money by taking care of their day-to-day administrative tasks. Think of her as your right hand while your left hand is growing your business. 937-416-2207

2 thoughts on “In Loving Memory…

    • Thank you so much Debbie. We are doing better. It is her sons who are struggling but time will help. Such a hard thing to go through. Thanks Again!

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