To the children worldwide. Let me be child...let me run...let me laugh...let me play. And most of all, let me be a child! ...
Let Me Be a Child
Let me know when I make you proud. And Help me to have pride in my own accomplishments. Let me earn your trust. Then trust me. I won't let you down. Let me try my wings. If I fail, let me know it's OK. And encourage me to try again. Let me know you love me. With a hug. Or a pat on the back, or when I need it, with a firm but gentle "no." Let me be. Let me change Let me grow. Let me tell you when I'm feeling bad... or angry… Even at you. And let me know that even on my worst days, you still like me. Let me dream. Share my joy when my dreams come true. Share my tears when they don't. Let me feel secure in my home. Help me realize that love is always there … that I can depend on you no matter what. Let me run … let me laugh … let me play. And most of all, let me be a child! ~Anonymous
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"Which of my photographs is my favorite? The one I'm going to take tomorrow." -Imogen Cunningham
I'm an economist, photographer, and blog's owner.
I started getting seriously into photography in late 2013 when I decided to follow my passion. What started out as part of a hobby has eventually become more of a passion. I think I've caught the photo bug!
#Google+ has fit into my daily online routine as a place to find like-minded people, discuss them and be inspired...and hopefully inspire others.
Oh wait! The thing that really annoys me would have to be someone who wants to be called "Grand Emperor Supreme!".
It drives me crazy when I come across arrogant people. (Read: Insecure, having low self-esteem.) These people are unpleasantly proud and behaving as if they are more important than other people.
I think if they could rid themselves this trait the world might be a better place.
- Ex Communications Manager of G+ ColorMe Weekly Theme by Rosie Nixon.