Love Like It’s The Last Day

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Last year December 11, 2017, I felt the love of my life slipping away, from me. No, he was not emotionally detaching. He was physically on his way to leave me because he had a massive stroke. I had never been so scared in my life.

I said all that to say this. Tomorrow is not promised to you, so we have to live each moment that we have with the person we love, as if though it was our last. Because honestly, we never know when it will be our last.

I know a lot of times in the past before his stroke that I took for granted that he will always be there. I knew better, but that did not stop me from taking moments shared with him for granted. However, after he was almost taken from me I stopped taking our moments, for granted. I realized that our moments could become no more at any given moment.

So love fully, cherish each moment, and kiss the love of your life often, because each moment you have is very precious. I know from now on I will try to make the most of each of our moments together. I love him with all my heart, and will no longer take for granted our time that God has given us.img_20180303_121337.jpg


Author: Tesha

I am a wife of 22yrs, a mother of 4, a therapist, a victim advocate, and a freelance writer. I have a 23 yr. old, 19 yr. old, and 11 yr. old twins. I love to write. I have a Bachelors's degree in psychology. I have a Master's degree in Professional Counseling.

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