Sometimes I wonder what you will be doing in ten, fifteen, twenty years. Mostly because you are such a remarkable child.
Peculiar maybe too.
For example, you constructed a very impressive looking robot out of cardboard and tin foil. You've named him Anji and you have all … [Read More...]
What you did on your birthday says something about you.
We hiked eight miles out-and-back to Seven Falls at Sabino Canyon. You and a friend chatted during the walk - about school, volleyball, and career aspirations. "Let's both be doctors in the same field and work in the … [Read More...]
Things you have loved since birth: light, music, and nature.
When you were an itty bitty, you always turned your head toward the window, toward the sunlight that escaped from the skylight and the warm glow of the lamps in the library. You were and are drawn to the bright and … [Read More...]
If ever I need to find you, I open the back door and call your name.
You were made for the wild. If we moved to farm country and you were tasked with tilling the ground, tending the animals, and building our own log cabin, you'd be more than able to do it. You would probably be happy … [Read More...]
If I had to choose a fruit of the spirit that describes you most accurately, it would be: goodness.
You practice goodness. You strive for goodness. You are a kind, gentle, and selfless soul.
Going along with that, you are a peacemaker - refusing to take sides during … [Read More...]