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‘I didn’t marry a man who sends roses, or picks elaborate gifts. He doesn’t write love songs, or know the perfect things to say and when to say it.’: Woman urges little actions ‘mean so much more’

“I married a man who saves his cereal milk in a cup for our 3-year-old daughter, simply because she loves cereal milk. I married a man who will walk 20 feet in a monsoon to get the car so I don’t get drenched. I married a man who will get up with the kids early on Saturday and Sunday to let me sleep in, even though he is gone for work before the sun comes up.”

‘I love you, too.’ She’d finally remembered me. I curled up in her arms, taking it all in. It was the last time I’d see her alive.’: Woman shares sweet reminder to ‘hug your grandparents while you can’

“These hands belonged to the feistiest woman I knew. They comforted me in my hardest times, wrapped around me in times of celebration. They rocked me…and my first born. And even when she forgot who I was, they interlaced mine. Today, I pray you all live like Nana.”

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