BlackCatTips BEARS (a seed in hapeville)

May 16, 2016

You find a seed along a path. Pick it up and look at it. Turn it around in your hand.

Take the seed with you and think on it a while. Then one day when it seems about right you can plant it. Stick it down in the warm soil with your fingers. If you are lucky it will grow — a portion is hard work and part is left to chance.

The sun shines down and rain falls and if the moon is just right in the night sky, you have a new plant that can bless you with its fruits and shade.

That is sort of how I see my existence these days. Im trying to plant and grow that seed I found. I found it along my path. Sometimes you stand back and look at the young tree you are growing on your plot of land (called your life) and you see a juicy fruit growing on a green fresh limb.

That is how these pictures hit me the other day. I did nothing, but all the sudden I was given this fruit. It makes me really happy to see. All of these young lives and all of these fun colors and silly faces. I don’t know how to explain it any better than that— but it means a lot to me and my old soul.

Thank you Ms. Rizzo and Hapeville Elementary. It is wonderful.

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Photos courtesy of Ms Rizzo Class :)

See you soon,
Kyle BlackCatTips Brooks