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#4460823 - 02/11/19 02:33 AM Mothers day in Norway.  
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Facebook asks me:
What are you thinking of?

Thinks about?
Hmm.
Today it's been Mother's Day here in Norway..

I have always congratulated my wife on her mother's day. With flowers and perhaps a small gift in the middle.
Today I went to the nursing home with tulips and some gifts.
I asked, "Do you know what day it is today?"
She said, "Are we in October"?
I told her, "It's Mother's Day, and I really appreciate you."
Then her face lit up and she smiled.
She said, "Can I smell the flowers?"
-"Yes of course".
"Oh, they smell so delicious," she said. "What kind of flowers is it?"
- "Tulips".
- "Tulips are my favorite flowers"?
-"Yes I know".

☺️

I really don't think it's so important that someone is not aware of time and place.
Better it is to create some bright moments, which gives a little joy.
Sometimes a little moment is enough.

There was once a young man who wrote a book about being sad.

What the hell did he know .................?


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#4460828 - 02/11/19 02:55 AM Re: Mothers day in Norway. [Re: Wigean]  
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I had to read this post a couple of times to get what you were saying but the last two sentences still have me baffled.


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#4460836 - 02/11/19 04:35 AM Re: Mothers day in Norway. [Re: Wigean]  
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Wigean, little moments are indeed sometimes enough.

I hope your Wife has many more.

#4460854 - 02/11/19 10:23 AM Re: Mothers day in Norway. [Re: Wigean]  
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I'm not sure from the wording of the post whether it is Wigean's wife or mother in the Nursing Home?


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#4460865 - 02/11/19 12:02 PM Re: Mothers day in Norway. [Re: BD-123]  
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Originally Posted by BD-123
I'm not sure from the wording of the post whether it is Wigean's wife or mother in the Nursing Home?


Sorry for the confusion.
It`s my wife.
She has MS, and she has been in a nursery home for 2 years now.

#4460867 - 02/11/19 12:32 PM Re: Mothers day in Norway. [Re: Wigean]  
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I'm so sorry to hear that Wigean. I know MS has no cure but I will keep her in my thoughts and hope that somehow her condition can be improved.


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