28 thoughts on “Innocence

  1. I liked it. I like where you’re thinking. I have an idea for guest posts. It’s really variations on a theme. I need people to write letters for me to a)graduating seniors families and b) two people with babies seeking baptism. I would love to farm that out.

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  2. Please forgive me for my grammar, my punctuation, and my spelling. My hands are calloused, that was, and is my life. We had fun, we have fun, we owe that to our kids. No matter how simple it may seem to some. Wouldn’t change a thing.


    • You express yourself nicely, Bug Brother. Our years on Hickory Street are the best of memories. I love that our children have similar ones from their backyard. May seem simple, but anyone who reads my blog knows how important and effortless simple can be and it is cherished. A way of life to be proud of…we both know it is far from simple and backbreaking hard some days. β™‘


  3. I saw your replies to comments on the Holistic Journey blog, so you’ve seen comments there. Still, I’m going to repeat my comment here, since I really enjoyed the writing:
    A kaleidoscope of memories that made me smile. The skipping fun of being a kid and getting dirt on your shoes and legs, as well as snow crusting on mittens. You’ve captured that skipping fun so well with this writing.


  4. This is such a great piece of writing ~ and took me back to the seasons of my youth and memories that will always be there to cushion me on any bad day. You’ve written a story, and your poetry with words shine right on through. Great work Aud πŸ™‚


  5. My comments are over at Wayfarer’s place. I enjoyed this Audrey and found great pleasure remembering Joey, Gus, Joanne, Brent, Robert, David, and Caroline. They are gone, but you brought them back for a while. πŸ™‚


  6. Ok, so. First of all, congratulations! It’s a big achievement to guest blog! God Bless you with more opportunities like these.
    I read the wonderful story of yours and I felt it deep inside me. What wonderful talent you have! Childhood days are truly special, I miss those. While the story was nostalgic, taking me back to my childhood days, it was amazing and refreshing from the usual depressing stuff I read nowadays πŸ˜€ You have peeked my interest, thank you for that!
    Keep writing till you die! It’s a wonderful thing, to be able to put thoughts and stories on paper! Thanks a lot for the story! πŸ™‚


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