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Day 16: What if?

Since this is not something I say with any kind of regularity, perhaps the photographs will say it for me.

28MAR06

Hold my hand.
She would be seven now.

 

CAT scan says head full of brains. No ability to communicate it others understand.

CAT scan says head full of brains.
No ability to communicate it others understand.

 

Imaginative. Intelligent. Preposition-challenged. Wants to get married and have children.

Imaginative. Intelligent. Preposition-challenged.
Wants to get married and have children.

 

The only things which make me wonder are the unspeakable things we do to one another and my children’s inability to see in anyone the traits I do not show to them.

Then, I get really still and plan a way to provide constant care for them in my absence. So, I write another book.


Do you ask what if? Is it a happy or nostalgic musing or one which makes you reclusive to ponder what you may have lost?

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23 Comments

  1. I think that we can all relate to this posting, whether directly or indirectly but your thoughts are clear enough for everyone to see.

    Time has such an everlasting edge to how we feel and remembering is part of this process, the future thoughts are here too all mingling together creating a mixture of emotions.

    I hope that your Monday is a
    peaceful one my great friend Red 🙂

    Andro xxxx

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    • My present points toward the future. It is why what if so rarely is anything which applies to me. I do not look back unless it is too see how to do something better than I did before. 🙂

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  2. benzeknees

     /  May 29, 2013

    I was a single parent for a lot of years when my daughter was young. At a very young age, I started training her to be very independent (with contrary consequences in the teen years) so if something happened to me she would always be able to tell whoever she resided with that “my mother would not want that for me!”

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    • Mine are all horrifically independent. I did not have the monster rebellion based on my parenting method. My issue is now their handicaps, not their independence.

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