Recently, I posted a story written by the tall person in which I save Santa Claus and receive a hero medal from the President of Georgia. I am very proud of that but I know that you know that I didn’t do it for the medal or for the new collar that Santa gave me. I did it because helping people is a good thing to do.
Anyway, the story about me saving Santa reminded me that we all save things everyday. I sometimes save part of a bone to eat later. I have also noticed that people like to save things. Not all people. The little person hasn’t really grasped this concept yet. I’ve noticed that if he is given any candies he will eat them all and then be hugely disappointed when they are all gone. He doesn’t realise that if he had buried some in the garden he would have some left to enjoy later! Bless him, he is still young and silly.
I talked to the tall person about saving things and he told me that people like to save things because they want to enjoy them later but also because having something is better than not having something. He also said that we can’t see some of the greatest treasures we save. He could see that I was struggling with this and went on to explain that memories are the greatest things that we can ever save. Yes, you are right tall person, memories are forever treasures.