you do listen
hear your father
a kind of simple, even
more, yeah, MoST important;
He’s been where you’re before.
Mother too, do praise them, each
every breath you take. they, folks
gave you life; free life to do with as
you please. in fact, a call them today
would make their day. if there is any
problem between the three try to calm
the storm. you can do this: reaffirming
the love you have for each. go on, give the
possible worry they have from not hearing
from you on at least a weekly basis. say you
are them, only in another way; than being for
a manifestation of: their love for each other;
show you care. not only in giving gifts and such,
but honestly expressing that eternal, a significant,
grateful spirit we should all have for our parents in
this life. life they provided for you and your siblings.
you’re happy for sharing breath as the phone-call ends.
if you allow Him,
He will be beside
you to direct…
Being a mountain girl, I was raised to be daring, confident and independent. Our community had a small ski hill, ponds filled with frogs and snakes, a pasture for the community horses and a lot of opportunity for adventures. Paths were a big part of my daily life. I was never afraid, in fact, I was quite proud of my adventurous courage (which was sometimes known as foolish).
While I was in college, my family went to a retreat in Rocky Mountain National Park. To me, the Rocky Mountains are some of God’s finest majestic beauty. One afternoon, I decided to take a walk by myself to be close to some of this great scenery.
Finding a path with markers led me on a very memorable adventure. Being on a well-marked path felt so safe. I saw the well-traveled dirt path and followed it for a while.
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