Memory Lane

Posted by Claudia Moser on 11:05 AM
I found myself reading my older posts, in Romanian, and I realised that somehow by keeping this blog alive I somehow discover again and again how I felt at several stages in my life. It is indeed a nice walk on my own personal memory lane and yes, my blog contains snapshots of my thoughts, of my feelings, of my beliefs. A good reason to keep on writing :)

And the lyrics from Penny Lane

Penny Lane is in my ears and in my eyes
There beneath the blue suburban skies
I sit, and meanwhile back

fit quite well my mood now!



I have kept a few journals over the years, and I too like re-reading them to see how I've changed or how my circustances haved changed.

One thing I've noticed is that I am a happier person and a better wife to my poor husband. But then, he is better to me too. We have grown together and that is always nice.

Yes Belle I can understand what you mean, same here :)

Buna ziua,

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Cu respect,
Ursu Radu

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