Because of this loving Grandmother Rosa's (Nonna Rosa) advice to her Grandson, who one day would be Pope Francis, I want each day of my life to be "lived like it is my last."Although I am not the Celebrant at a Mass, I still am living a Wonderful Life, given to me by the LORD GOD, and have a chance to make a difference.No more, "Today is the first day of the rest of my life," for me but instead it is "Today may be the last day of my life!" I want to live each day making a difference, telling someone about his or her Angel, praying someone I really don't like (a lot) will know that GOD loves them and so do I. There has to be a million ways to live like that.I am going to pray for "my" president and his wife - AND their daughters - as the DAUGHTERS are the key - a bit more - and pray like I love them really down deep - instead of counting the days of the rest of the term and forgetting, by the way, WHO really is in charge around here ANYWAY! It is so easy to forget that the President is there because GOD allowed it and for a great reason. Why would we ever think GOD does not "think things through right from creation!"And I am never going to leave my Bed in the morning without kneeling giving the day to the Lord and saying, "Lord God, Lamb of God, only Son of the Father, who takes away the Sin of the World, have Mercy on me, a sinner. Pour Your Spirit OUT upon me, Fill me with Your Spirit, Baptize Me with Your Spirit to full and overflowing. Let everything I say, do or think bring GLORY TO YOUR NAME. (That was my old Protestant Prayer and I still use it - among all the other wonderful new ones - BUT I plan to mean it even more each last day I say it.)And renewing all of this in my life because of Jorge Mario Bergoglio's Grandmother Rosa (Nonna Rosa) So let's hear it for Grannies today!Love to you all - Psalm 90:12 So teach us to number our days that we may get a heart of wisdom.