“Everyone complains of his memory, and nobody complains of his judgment.” Francois de La Rochefoucauld View other interpretations of “horizons” or submit your own concepts at: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/weekly-photo-challenge-horizon/
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The song is less than a 1:30 minutes. I promise if you are a mom, dad, aunt, uncle, thinking of having kids, or a kid, or have a heart…even an INTJ ;)…the song alone will bring something to mind, even if my words do not. My hope is you will listen, read and respond.
One kiddo is graduating from college in less than 2 months, the other is leaving for college in the spring. This week was a collision of emotions as one criticized what he knew nothing about regarding home life and the other needed intervention to keep her safe and on the path to recovery from her father abandoning her. Parenting is never easy, but what happens when they are gone? That is the color of the lens through which I see my world this week.
Baseball, basketball, poker, math, loyalty and logic, Harry Potter and Pokemon… my INTJ.
I know they are prepared for what comes their way in life, for I saw to it that they were prepared.
Why do I see only shades of grey, with glimpses of pink mittens and red sweatshirts?
My hue is black and white, and all the shades in-between…
Shouldn’t I be rejoicing with the vibrant colors of the rainbow that my children have weathered the storms and are moving into adulthood…not without bumps and bruises…I never claimed life was perfect or that we had a normal family…. They have the skills to make their way in the world; work ethic, honesty, motivation, kindness and compassion, a sense of citizenship to their neighbors, friends and society? Is it possible to raise a child to be too independent?
Historically, no. Today? I am interested in what my readers have to think. Comments, thoughts, questions – welcome, as always.I f you are interested in reading more about this Weekly Challenge, and/or enjoying the other entries, here is the link: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/18/hue-photo-challenge/
“When the full moon happens, you turn into a person who’s the opposite of who you normally are. Describe this new you. Photographers, artists, poets: show us NIGHTTIME.” Since I don’t consider myself any of the 3 in the last sentence, I need to change modify clarify, (yes, definitely redefine the sentence) so I can squeeze into this challenge: “When the full moon happens, you turn into a person who’s […]