YOUR DAILY JOURNAL
Much of what we do on a daily basis is routine and of no particular, earth-shaking importance. However, after reviewing letters of family going back to WWII, it is fascinating to read what Dad was doing on board the aircraft carrier in the Pacific on any old day, what Mom was cooking on her ever-steaming range, how I was dealing with the roller coaster of emotion at Bethel [Mom saved all my letters], how Nana wrote that she would not study with the Witnesses [per my request] but 'here are some mittens I knitted for you when you canvass New York with your magazines.'
Today's thoughts - put into writing - will be tomorrow's "nostalgia."
So, what are you doing now? What are you thinking? PLEASE SHARE!
CoCo le Curieux
Today is the first anniversary of YDJ - my thanks to you (some six dozen members of JWD) for sharing your joys and tears over the last year.
Love and best wishes,