Have you ever wondered how to make love really last?
The couple below, married 70 years in the first video and 75 in the second. Their advice is sweet, funny and very real.
*They might be the slightest bit questionable for watching at work, just so you know.
Here’s the updated video from this year:
What’s your favorite thing about this couple? What advice do you think is the most helpful?
I’m posting at the Life List Blog today, talking about the lessons I’ve learned from my grandmother’s passing. Please drop by and say hello and tell us how you would finish the phrase “Life is too short to…”
Life Really is Too Short (Even When it’s Long)
Recently, my grandmother passed away. And, as is so often the case with the death of a family member, the regrets came along with the sadness. Why didn’t I write and visit anywhere near as often as I should have? Why didn’t I know her better? Why? Why? Why?
I realized that life is really too short not to make sure our friends and family know we love the. It’s too short to put off that visit, call, letter or email. It’s too short not to tell them we love them as much as we can.
Life is too short to create regrets.
It’s too short to put off our dreams. Whatever it is we wish for…
Click here to visit the Life List Club blog and read more.
In other news, I’ll be jumping into ROW80 Round 2 next week. It’s taken me a little while to get settled in this round but it’s gonna be great one.
Check out the April-May writing challenge. It’s all about first impressions and famous last words.
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Lily by ana branca, on Flickr CC BY-NC 2.0