Friday, May 26, 2017
Your birthday. Christmas. Halloween.
These are some of the obvious ones.
Dates you remember. Dates you circle on a calendar.
Dates you celebrate or do what is customary or traditional in nature.
These dates typically create memories. These dates everyone knows.
But what about the not so obvious ones for each of us? What about the ones that when you look back, you realize that these dates defined you for the rest of your life?
They become more than numbers on a calendar. They become part of the true fabric of who you are.
For me, two days became a lifetime. Two random days, connected by number sequences only at first now have become the blueprint for how my life script plays out. Two pages in a book that write the whole epilogue.
Lost and found. Life and death.
No need to circle them. I won't forget.