This weeks word is “Remembers”, and it is from a book called Before the colors fade by Harry Reasoner.  Written from the comfort of my mothers home. 

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He remembers the memories that will forever last.  Thoughts of these quiet familiar roads, and oh how much I have grown.  Rooms and hallways that were once adventure lands to my young self are now just places of being.  Oh these changes I am seeing. I wander and lurk in this place I stay, trying to look at in in different ways.  Remembering the ways of how things had been, oh boy was that way back when. Times when I looked up to people and what they were doing.  Now I look inside myself, and analyze the goals I am pursuing. Goals with music, and dreams with my voice. When comes the age of 30 will be the dawn of a choice.  A choice to move on, and a choice to be. A time to remember the person I once wanted to be. Remember you and remember true.  Remember why and your path will be true.  

Here I am with my rasta banana 7 years ago 😉 

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