Surlendemain

16eb72d681e90e4153ac5d761c6fc188Hey Kids,

The French have a word for the day after tomorrow, Surlendemain.

The Expression goes: “Never put off till tomorrow that which you can put off until the day after.”

It’s easy to think that there is so much time that it’s OK to put things off. And there is; unless it’s important stuff.

Two people I know have died recently. Both suddenly. Both shockingly. Neither by accidents. Both had people around them that had no idea the last time they spoke with their loved one would be the last time.

Don’t let time rob you of love. Don’t let it rob you of caring and sharing. Don’t let it rob you of company. Don’t let it rob you of doing the things you want to do.

Surlendemain is a perfect time to take out the trash, mow the lawn, or learn French. Today, give someone a hug and tell them you love them.

Day 66

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