Shadow

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You tell me.  I just took the photo.  It was an unusual shot so I took it.  Mean anything to you?  OK, here is my attempt.  It’s a good thing to have a shadow.  It’s sort of like birthdays, as long as you have them it’s a good thing.

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6 Responses

  1. I know why you did that.

    At 5′-8″ myself. I dream of a day with long legs too. Reckon in heaven God’ll give us some? Probably won’t care too much, will we.

    Still casting shadows means we still got breath.

    That’s a good thing. Specially with all we have to be thankful for.

  2. Is it a clothespin?

  3. I get from the photo you are still standing tall regardless of what has happen to you over the last several months espescially last week.

    Hang in there brother! The best is yet to come!

    In Christ!
    David

    P.S. I look forward too heaven also so I can be taller then 5’7″. One thing you can say about vertically challenged people. They make great climbers!

  4. This brings back a childhood memory for me. Sometimes, I would race my shadow at night up and down the street in my neighborhood. We had street lights every couple hundred feet, so the shadow would change from being ahead to being behind depending on if the closer street light was in front or in back of me. Me, being the brilliant kid I was, would race my shadow to the streetlight, so it was always a tie!

  5. A shadow is a reminder that you are never alone. 🙂

  6. To my loving nephew: I’m going to poke some fun at you in David Letterman style. Here goes: “Ten ways Eric can generate money in these hard times.”

    #10: Apply for job as clerk at Tall Men’s Clothing Store.

    #9: Hold basketball goal at waist and charge inner city kids by the hour.

    #8: Explore market for toll booth for sailboats.

    #7: Wait ’til noon, then explore market for toll booth for submarines.

    #6: If all else fails, join the circus.

    #5: Place bets in Vegas that you can walk across Lake Lanier and not get underwear wet.

    #4: Sell legs on E-Bay as unused telephone poles.

    #3: Push over guy on stilks at county fair, then take his job.

    #2: Set up grudge match with that Olympic Jamican dude in 100 meter dash.

    (drumroll)…..And the #1 way Eric can earn money in these hard times…………….Call emergency meeting with Al Sharpton and ACLU, then sue Dan Seckinger for calling you a clothespin!

    You know me and you know I mean no harm. You already know I’m praying for you so keep on keepin’ on.

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