jmgoyder

wings and things

Cryptic

on October 30, 2014

I have never been very good at interpreting cryptic messages of any kind so, when one of my many nephews sent me this message for the Grandma book, I didn’t know what to make of it:

“When i was younger and used to stay over i would always look forward to gma reading me ‘would you rather…’. Hopefully she remembers it haha.”

I messaged him to confirm the wording and when he said okay, I added his mysterious quote to the book:
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Meg didn’t understand this message either until, suddenly, last night, she remembered the exact storybook and even found it! So she is going to bring it on the cruise to read again to the now-adult little boy who loved it so much.

Cryptic gold!


11 responses to “Cryptic

  1. susanpoozan says:

    What a lovely story.

  2. just one of those little jewels we are given in life! a lost memory found. what joy for all

    sending love and gratitude that you shared this heartwarming moment

  3. THAT is precious. 🙂

  4. I’m sure the nephew will love it. My own boys – 18 & 24 – insisted on their usual reading on Christmas Eve of ‘The Night Before Christmas’. 🙂

  5. Terry says:

    that was pretty cool. Can’t wait to hear what the book was

  6. Your mother deserves a gold star for both decryting the message and finding the book. She is amazing! Hugs Jules 🙂

  7. Lynda says:

    That will surely be fun!

  8. Funny what is remembered by a ‘then child…now adult’…. Diane

  9. A forgotten shared moment that is now remembered! I think you did your job perfectly with your mother’s book. Happy belated birthday to Meg!

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