Today I want to share with you a short story I wrote awhile ago. I’ve posted it on The Romantic Vineyard, since it’s a love story. But it also fits well with this blog on family history. I hope it stirs in your memory similar stories you’ve heard from parents or grandparents. Be sure your children and grandchildren know these stories, for it’s part of who they are. Knowing them also gives them direction for who they’ll become.
Touchstones are the parts of movies, books or songs that strike a chord in our lives to which we can relate. This is why we have favorites.
My favorite movie is You’ve Got Mail because I can relate to Kathleen Kelly in so many ways.
She has a little bookstore where the people have shopped for years. They loved her mother and the way she entered into the lives of her customers. (My parents had a drug store where they entered into the lives of their customers with compassion and care.)
She love books and writing. (I love books and writing!)
She was fascinated by the ability to connect with people on the internet she had never met in person. (I marvel at this as well.)
These are just a few of my favorite parts. 🙂
This leads to my next question…
Question #20 – What books, movies or songs provide touchstones to your life? What are the connections?