There are times I will be telling one of the grandkids of something that happened in my life. Sherry will say, "You never told me that!"
After being married nearly 60 years you'd think I have related everything, but in fact there are things that are stored in my brain(and yours) that some key will unlock. A catalyst that jars open a hidden gem. But no one can recall every day of their lives, some days are hidden, until you hear the magic word.
What you do or see, even your job, talents or hobby will be exciting to someone. We are all unique, special. I get excited over your blogs. I want to meet everyone who reads the Shipslog and I especially want to meet the bloggers in our lives. We have been fortunate to meet many of you special folk, whose life's book is being written and it excites me.
Many of my brain wrinkles hold stories and incidents I heard on the radio (back when we used to watch radio).
(Beulah in the 1950's, Amanda Randolph) Her boy friend laughing says, "Honey, I knows you like a book!"
Smiling Beulah answers, "Sweetheart, I got chapters you ain't never read!"
Those lines from a radio program in the early 1940's have stuck with me. That statement is very very true in 'These days of our lives'.