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Congratulations to all of us- it is the first week of spring and we have managed through a difficult winter.  While we are here today and reading this blog- we have much to be thankful for. However there are so many of us who have faced a loss this year and I know what that feels like.

But on this Monday, my blog today is about living your life and not waiting for tomorrow- because as we all well know- tomorrow is not guaranteed.

My message is ‘buy the shoes’.  This blog is dedicated  to Wendy L- a lovely person who died way too young.  I am not quite sure how her whole story unfolded except to say she provided a life lesson to many.   Her unspoken message was really  that life is short and don’t put off the things you wish to do and wait for a better time- because if you do wait- it just may be too late.

So on this first week of spring I have taken Wendy’s advice and whatever it is you might be thinking about or wanting or wishing for- today is the day. Live it well and enjoy it.

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About Audrey Miller
About: Audrey Miller, Managing Director of Elder Caring Inc. has over 30 years social work and rehabilitation experience working with older individuals and their families. She advises the financial, insurance, legal and business communities regarding elder care issues. Audrey is a recognized expert in her field. Email:


  1. Steven

    March 22, 2021 - 12:04 pm

    Thank you for this loving tribute. We should always plan for a little room in our budgets to take care of ourselves.

  2. Chris A. Reichert

    March 22, 2021 - 1:22 pm

    Hi Audrey, I enjoyed your post. What a refreshing way to start to a Monday morning! May your friend Wendy rest in peace.

    Sharp Miata!

    Chris Reichert, Winnipeg

  3. Jen Pederson

    March 22, 2021 - 5:34 pm

    Thank you for sharing, I’m sorry about your friend. I bet she had great shoes.

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