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Girl in the mirror and boy on the run

2011.03.06
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I imagine it went like this: two souls were exploring the Universe and one day they decided that maybe it was time to start a new adventure....they were looking for the perfect match, the persons on the planet Earth who would be brave enough to survive all they planned to put them through, who would be loving and carring and crazy enough and possibly who could bake and cook(well at least one of them)....so the boy - the more responsible one, went first and once he realized that it is OK, the girl came along 2 years later. You could not find two more different people, the only thing they have in common is: they test their parents to their limits and so let them grow and make sure they never have a boring moment in their life:)

P.S. - one of the souls is a perfect photography object, the other is always on the run...since he was 12 I think:)) I wonder what is lesson I have to learn here?
11 Comments
GKorts Perhaps you should take his photos while he is sleeping :-)
GKorts · 2011-03-06: 05:06
cariad Lovely concept behind your post....lesson to learn...tie his shoelaces together for a day so he has to move slowly and see a new world....only joking after all we love them for who they are - fast and furious...or refelective
cariad · 2011-03-06: 05:25
danrav Great shots. Lesson to learn - be the best parent that you can be. New stop doing that. Never stop even when you are tired of doing it. Never stop even when those that you parent act as if they want no parenting. Never stop even when your parenting get you in trouble and "hated". Never stop when you see others stop. Never stop because there will come a day when those that you parent, will come to you and say, "Mom, thank you with their mouths, and silently say thank you with their actions, values and lives lived. Then you will finally be rewarded with a great feeling of accomplishment and pride in those you have parented and most importantly ini you - the parent! Relax and be a good parent whatever that means to you.
danrav · 2011-03-06: 05:59
finbarr Nice post !! l wish them Luck in life,
finbarr · 2011-03-06: 06:01
jennye Love Dan's comment!!
jennye · 2011-03-06: 12:30
Ryana danrav his words are so tru!
Love this set!!
Ryana · 2011-03-06: 14:16
Unchained Wonderful again! Both, pictures and words.
Unchained · 2011-03-06: 14:58
honzicek Children aren't happy with nothing to ignore,
And that's what parents were created for.
Ogden Nash, "The Parent," Happy Days, 1933.
honzicek · 2011-03-06: 17:12
????? Beautiful shots!
????? · 2011-03-06: 17:22
busybee36 Danrav's words brought tears to my eyes! It makes you realise that each child is different and individual even if they share some of the same genes, and what an important job parenting is, even during the difficult times. I hope these two are appreciate the parents they've been given!
busybee36 · 2011-03-09: 06:31
helys Great pictures
Great expression, action :)
helys · 2011-03-12: 10:07
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