Words can become a personal symphony

Yesterday I found the tone and melody of the words, used in the book by Fredrik Backman that I was reviewing, captivating. The intent of many of those words seemed to be pointed at relationships between sons and fathers and grandsons.

When I think of some of my favorite authors, I realize that each one have their own unique "feeling" that comes with their words.

Even Twitter and other social media often have contributors we follow and seek out daily to see what they have to say. The authors, books, words, and daily comments of many in our lives come together and create our own personal symphony. Sometimes the symphony stops and focuses on a subject that resonates.

Saying goodbye to dad certainly is one of those special points of focus. My thought today is that I am still thinking about my thoughts from yesterday.