Special times allow for reflection

Well, it’s been a while…. and now, as I have time for reflection on how far I have come, and what accomplishments I have made in my life journey, I would also like to acknowledge possibly one of the most important people in my life.

She taught me how to be strong, be true to myself, and stand up for what I believed in, despite taunts, belittlement and judgement; and I know, that even though she is not of this earthly plane any more, her energy and also her genetics are still running strong through and in me.

The reason I am writing today is because I am finally going through personal items that have been stored for some time.  These items have brought up mostly pleasant memories, however, there have been some items that have caused me to reflect and become quite teary.

I have been going through my poetry file – most of them written by me, and of which I may possibly never share as they were a means of expressing my feelings, in a constructive way and in a forum that was reflective for a period or experience that was difficult or joyous for me at the time.

However, this particular poem I will share – it was not written by me, and who knows how old dear “Alice” is now…..

I would like to acknowledge my Grandma – who always had the time for me to do the “little things” that were so important, and be with me in just the right way when I was feeling a little lost or alone.

Being with people is the most important thing…more than doing for ….

In these times of distance, remember your energy is universal, and can cut across miles and miles with  loving intention… Have you ever said to a loved one “Oh! I was just thinking about you!” when they called?  This is loving energy reaching out…. use it, and use it often, even for strangers you have never met, and especially for people that you may be having difficulty with. Unconditional love is universal, free and easy to manifest!

With much love, Bianca

What is a Grandma?

A Grandma is a lady who has no children of her own, so she likes other people’s children; little girls.

A Grandpa is a man Grandma; he goes walking with the boys and talks fishing and things like that.

Grandmas don’t have anything to do, except be there.  It is enough if they drive to the supermarket where there is a pretend horse, or to have lots of dinner ready.  And if they should take us for a walk, they slow down past pretty leaves and caterpillars.

They wear funny underclothes and can take their teeth and gums off.  They don’t have to be smart, only to answer questions like “why do dogs hate cats?” or “Why is it that God is not married?”

When they read to us, they don’t skip words, or mind it if it the same story again.

Everyone should try to have a Grandma, especially if they don’t have a TV, because Grandma’s are the only ones who have the time

Alice Greeves

8 years old

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