I want to introduce you to the most valuable part of valentine’s day. It’s not just about the cards. It’s about the memories that you create while creating the cards and gifts.
We’re looking into the effects of a recent study that found that children’s memories were more resilient than anyone realized. The study discovered that children’s memories are not as easily wiped off or erased from their minds as adults are. They can’t easily toss these memories away like a computer game. Instead, this means that the kids in the study had to keep creating new memories to keep them alive. And that’s a problem because as we age, we lose the ability to create new memories quickly.
That’s why when someone writes to us with a little child’s valentine card, we know it’s going to be something important to them. And because we’ve been keeping these cards for years now, it’s not really that hard to get those special memories to someone who would like to have them. In fact, we’ve done it for people who have lost their mother, a grandmother, and even a great-grandmother.
It’s a little creepy how much we all have the same memories. I’ve kept pictures of my mom, my grandmother, and a great-grandmother in my valentine card, and I have to admit that I have the same memories of them that I have of my mother. I am aware of them but I can’t remember them. I just know they are there.
I think it is because I don’t know why I know who I am or what I am. I have an idea, and I remember it, but I am unable to put it into words.
Thats right. You are not alone. You have the same memories as everyone else. Why do you remember them? Because it happened, and you did something about it. Theres no way to control our memories, we just have to take what we can and make our best effort at remembering.
In this episode, we’re talking a little bit about the most important part of valentine’s day for a child: putting a valentine card on a child’s heart! It’s the most important thing to do because the card will be the first thing that a child will see when they open their presents and find out what they’re missing. In the past, you would have to write something on a piece of paper and hang it on the tree in their front yard.
While there are some things that a child will do for a Valentine, there are a few things that he will do without even thinking about it. What you probably should do is write something on a piece of paper or hand it to your child early on in the day. This will help your child to put their heart on paper or to hold their heart in their hands.
You can write a letter or postcard, or even a letter of condolence. These things are great because they can be done on the fly and they don’t have time to spend worrying about whether you actually did it right or if you wasted your time.