Recently I was given a copy of Nora Ephron’s book, I Feel Bad About My Neck.
It’s a quick read and brought back so many wonderful memories. I just love when books do that. Thanks, Nora.
Having just finished reading this book, I had an inkling in the back of my mind that Nora has passed away. So, I googled her, and I was right. Seeing the confirmation and the details made me sad as I wanted to write Nora and thank her for a fun trip down memory lane. I often write notes to famous (and yet to be famous) authors telling them my thoughts on their writing.
You’d be surprised the responses I get back (and those I don’t hear from…) Her book is cute and worth the time to read – especially for women of a certain age. I wanted to write her and thank her for her body of work and how much of it has touched me at different points in my life; but now it’s too late.
Lesson to be learned: live every day to your fullest; always say thank you to those who touch your life; and don’t worry too much about your neck…you’ll be sad once it stops working properly.
Take a moment today and say thank you to those who make a difference for you. You’ll be glad you did and so will they. Thank You for taking time to read this and for taking your time to reply. I value your thoughts and love hearing from you.