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You know there’s a light that glows by the front door
Don’t forget the key’s under the mat
Childhood stars shine, always stay humble and kind
Go to church ’cause your momma says to
Visit grandpa every chance that you can
It won’t be wasted time
Always stay humble and kind

Hold the door, say please, say thank you
Don’t steal, don’t cheat, and don’t lie
I know you got mountains to climb but
Always stay humble and kind
When the dreams you’re dreamin’ come to you
When the work you put in is realized
Let yourself feel the pride but
Always stay humble and kind

Don’t expect a free ride from no one
Don’t hold a grudge or a chip and here’s why
Bitterness keeps you from flyin’
Always stay humble and kind
Know the difference between sleeping with someone
And sleeping with someone you love
“I love you” ain’t no pick up line so
Always stay humble and kind

Hold the door, say please, say thank you
Don’t steal, don’t cheat, and don’t lie
I know you got mountains to climb but
Always stay humble and kind
When those dreams you’re dreamin’ come to you
When the work you put in is realized
Let yourself feel the pride but
Always stay humble and kind

When it’s hot, eat a root beer popsicle
Shut off the AC and roll the windows down
Let that summer sun shine
Always stay humble and kind
Don’t take for granted the love this life gives you
When you get where you’re goin
Don’t forget turn back around
And help the next one in line
Always stay humble and kind

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Silvie walking– from living room to kitchen, under the table heading back…go Silvie! (Click blue link for video- these are pictures right out of the video for those who can not see the video- no, I don’t know why).

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There comes a time while our parents age, that we need to accept that they are not here forever, and the older we (they) get, the more we live with them on borrowed time. Accept that soon we will have to embrace a new normal – either a life with a sick parent, or a life without them around.

Make a few more phone calls to your Mom or Dad. Spend more time with them, even if it interferes with your favorite time to marathon watch a new show. Don’t neglect yourself, just carve out a bit more time, just a bit. Forgive yourself if you need to, for not being in touch more throughout the years. It’s hard to have dinners for 25 when your 80, they can’t climb ladders (they break when they fall) to power wash the house, or snow blow the steep walks. They get tired, they ache, they can be crabby, they fall asleep early. Forgive, forgive and move forward.

When we accept and act, we can move forward with a clearer head and an open heart to make the best decisions we can for the people that brought us into this lovely universe. Let’s do our very best to usher them into this last phase of their lives, with as much confidence and dignity as possible. For ourselves, and for them.

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