What I Learned This Week: Breathing in A Special Moment by Susan Hanniford Crowley

Happy Thanksgiving to those who celebrate it.

During the holiday season, it’s important to slow down and breath in life. Enjoy the simple2014-11-27 20.09.42 things with those you cherish. You don’t want to miss what is really important. It might be turkey dinner with family. It could be tree trimming with the smallest person in your family, made more special being that this was her first tree trimming.  My granddaughter didn’t want to stop putting ornaments on the tree. She will be two and a half in January.  It’s not a great photo but it shows Grandma (me) next to Penny and my daughter (Penny’s mom) putting ornaments on top.  Penny’s smile was as big as mine.  She moved so fast it was difficult catching her in a moment.  That’s what memories are for.

What is your special moment?

Susan Hanniford Crowley, Bestselling vampire romance author


About Susan Hanniford Crowley

Paranormal Romance, Fantasy, and Science Fiction Author
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2 Responses to What I Learned This Week: Breathing in A Special Moment by Susan Hanniford Crowley

  1. There are too many wonderful and magical moments with my 2 yr old grand-daughter. The wonder in her eyes at everything Christmas warms my heart and touches my soul. Yesterday she sang Santa Claus is Coming to Town with me. She’s already so excited. Can’t wait to see her when the tree goes up on Sunday. Seeing Christmas through her eyes is amazing.

  2. Susan Hanniford Crowley says:

    Thank you for sharing, Gerri. I’m beginning to feel two years old too.

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