I imagine myself a painter,

Painting a single panoramic mural for years, focusing on one section at a time, because to look at the entire picture while in the process would be overwhelming. I keep busy working on shading, colors, and the intricacies, lost in the work. When I finish a section, I step back to check my progress. Finishing the painting has always been the goal, but when I finally look at my painting and realize that it’s complete, I’m heartbroken. That painting has been my life. 

Likewise with parenting, although that has always been the goal, when you realize your children are grown…
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The Daily Post, September 6, 2015, Daily Prompt: Mouth Drop~ In exactly 100 words creatively describe one moment when your mouth dropped open, chin hit the ground, and tears rolled down your face (figuratively or not). If you prefer to develop this into a longer post, that’s fine too!<a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/mouth-drop/”>Mouth Drop</a><a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/mouth-drop/”>Mouth Drop</a>

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