Lucky In Love

I believe that we are all 'Lucky In Love'; whether it be a partner, a child, family or friends.

The four leaf clover brings back wonderful memories for me. I used to help my father in the garden and when there were things I couldn't help with, he'd ask me to find a clover with four leaves... I don't think I ever found one! I'd feel sad that I hadn't, s...o would hold an extra leaf against a clover and show him. He would laugh and tell me it didn't matter if I couldn't find one. He would explain that I have parents who love me unconditionally, I have God watching over me, I have been blessed with the confidence, spirit and determination I need to achieve anything I want to in life. I am already lucky.

It still makes me feel nostalgic and I can't help but keep an eye out for a four leaf. It also reminds that the only luck we need is to experience love, whether that be a partner, a child, family, friends, pets...

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