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For one more Day

I just finished reading, For one more Day by Mitch Albom. 

I’m not gonna tell you the story because I wanted you all to read it. Some of you may have read this already, some of you haven’t. This is the first book that I’ve read this year. 

This really struck me on rewinding past memories of my father. The time that when he’s alive. There are what if’s. And several I should’ve… 

It’s so hard to lose somebody that is dear to you. For all those times that you just wish if it’ possible to turn back time. 

Albom reached my heart when he wrote, Times my ___ stood up for me and the Times I did not stand up for my ___. I felt so cruel. There are instances that you should’ve stand up for that person when he/she needed you most. I made a terrible mistake. I didn’t realize it soon enough. 

I want to go back and change it. I can’t. It’s done. It’s history. I’m afraid to look back. I hoped I was different. I wished that somehow I’m appreciative. 

People will always be with us, through memories. They’ll be gone once you realize that you’re not looking for them anymore. 

I won’t be a huge spoiler for this. C’mon guys, I’m sure you’ll love it. 

My rating: 7/10

always the Odd one,

Bronte