Reading about all your favorite old shows brought back some good memories. I don't ever remember watching the Osmonds on the Andy Williams Show. Maybe I did, but I don't remember ever watching them. My aunt that was three years older than I was remembered watching them on The Andy Williams Show and Wayne was her favorite. She thought he was the cutest - that is what she told me.
Thank you for all your get well wishes. I'm feeling a lot better today. Hope you are all doing O.K.
I missed seeing Annette at the show last night but enjoyed reading thoughts from "The Friendship Book" of Francis Gay that she gave to Wayne to deliver to me. He had unwrapped it before bringing it to the room and apologized. He thought the gift was for him but then probably noticed the really pretty silver book marker that had "Kathy" spelled in silver beads along with the purple and white pearls and a flowered ornament at the bottom. It's really cute and matches the book. Thank you for being so thoughtful Annette!
In the book there is a thought, quote, verse, poem, or story for every day of the year. I couldn't stop with reading just one because they are all so good. There are also some inspiring photos. I thought I'd share one of the stories that I read last night because I thought it was really inspiring and that you all might enjoy it as much as I did.
"Ed Roberts was the inventor of the world's first commercially viable personal computer. To help him with the business side of things, he hired a young software writer called Bill Gates. Eventually Roberts sold his company and trained to be a doctor, while Bill Gates went on to become one of the richest men in the world.
From his practice in a small town Ed Roberts had this to say,'The implication is that inventing the PC was the most important thing I ever did, and I don't think that's true. Every day I deal with things that are equally, if not more important, here with my patients.'
Proof, if ever it were needed, that it's not what you get in this life that matters, but what you give!"