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Whether you have them or don't; love them or loathe them...they're everywhere. The world of the future...always becoming, as someone wise once said. Any thoughts?

My Great Nephew Ethan

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all things beautiful

every dream of love fulfilled

dearest birthday girl

 

my beautiful son
how i long to kiss your cheek
your blue eyes gleaming

To all of us who have lost a child, or a loved one, or our own hopes and dreams...

sparkling stars and joy
sleep well in dreamland my love
i will meet you there

Mom says "Hi honey" 8=====D

Daughter "Mom that's a Penis!"

Alien smiley?

HAHAHAHA!

oblivious mom
daughter enlightening her
that's what kids are for

XOXOXOXOXOXOX Scottman

his hand held in mine
we walk in sun filled with sun
radiating love

my beautiful boy
flowers bloom as he passes
puppies wag their tails

My youngest daughter

Ran hard, a half marathon

I am proud of her

and well you should be

long-distance runners are strong

in body and mind

WOW, that is wonderful, Thally! Running long distance is tough! And in a world in which many younger people don't want a two-story house because they have to walk up stairs, hahahaha, running half a marathon is an even greater accomplishment. Please congratulate her for me!

I was a sprinter as a kid, so I don't really know what long-distance running takes; but my Draughn ran long distance and he says it takes a special mindset, drive, and will--not to mention amazing endurance.    

your birthday today...
i close my eyes and dream you
as you might have been

your blue eyes sparkling
your smile still lighting the room...
my little boy grown

Wherever you are, My Precious One, my love is always with you. 

fifteen yesterday
her childhood toddles away
safe in daddy's heart

human behavior
stripped of all the folderol...
just one of the pride

Oh, the wonderful, unfettered spontaneity and freedom of children!

I heard this song today sung by Perry Como who was one of my parents' favorites and a very nice man. It wrung tears from my heart thinking about my Draughn, my loving father of girls.

he holds her first toy
listening for the key to turn
hearing her first laugh

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