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Saturday, July 17, 2010

You Can Make It Some How

90+ Degrees today and windy!!  Too hot to be outside, got the watering done before 9 a.m., then retreated back to the house.  With the fear of sounding like an old cowboy song,"My van is broke down, my tractor broke down, my love is away for the night and me and my dog are sad."
Looking for a little inspiration to help me make it through the night (who sang that song?),
I'll share this poem I found on the internet........

You Can Make It Some How
© By Nattacha C. Delhomme 
You Can Make It Some How
From a distance far away,you had tried to be the best,
that you work so hard all day, having little time to rest.
As you gave it all you've got,
but had failed to reach the top,
your frustrations in your mind,
turn your world so upside down.
So you drifted far away,
till it reached the end of May
having little thoughts of hope and a little change in slope.
One by one you crumbled down,
as you start to change and frown,
you then locked yourself inside and avert from time to time.

For I know that's how you feel,
but it's not a real big deal;
you just have to let it go,
start again but very slow.
As a bird in the sky,
you've got to let your dreams fly high,
believe that in your soul,
your special and can be bold.
For you are special in God's eyes and can make it through your days,
one day mount to something, just before it turns to May.

A dream will never fail,
will always seem to sail,
the path your willing to take,
a way you'll carve and make.
No matter how hard it is, you must believe in all you do
work hard at it and soon you'll make it through.
I know you can make it, you can make it some how
you can fly away like an eagle, way beyond the sky. 

Those are inspirational words to live by, but.....
Still not as good as a Diesel Mechanic showing up on my door step holding a 
sign that says "WILL WORK FOR FOOD".

I can always hope.

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