A Walk in the Park
Have you ever taken time from your busy schedule and just sat down at any park and just watched? At first you don't see anything special except an assembly of people, noisy playful kids, and the occasional burning sting of a mosquito that just made you lunch. You would see people picnicking, dogs frolicking, and people on a personal mission jogging through the park. All it takes to really see is you opening your eyes, ears, heart and mind to really embrace the life and magnificence of a park. It's always hard to miss the bright red, checkered tablecloth, the smell of barbeque chicken on a charcoal grill, and the sight of the inevitable and must have, classic mahogany colored wooden, woven basket. If you look a little closer you can see much more. You can see love dancing out of the mothers' eyes as she watches her two children sitting at the picnic table playing with their plastic, perfect Barbie dolls. It is incredible how one has blonde curly hair, sky blue eyes and the most adorable round cheeks you have ever seen. Then the other one has straight brown hair and emerald green eyes with an oval face just like her mothers. Looking at them you can see they are a solid family full of love for their two beautiful daughters. Then if you just glance to the right, at the bottom of the grassy hill right near the river on a brown blanket you can see another family about to begin. You can almost feel his heart beating from a hundred yards away as you watch him get on one knee and slowly pull a ring from is pocket on his Snively 2
frayed discolored jeans and proposes to his girlfriend, in the quietest voice possible, if she would be his for the rest of his life. You see her pause for a split second before she jumps on top of him screaming, "Yes! Yes! Yes!" These are the little things in life that make it worth getting out of bed in the morning. All you ever really hear at first is the loud, obnoxious bark of the bull mastiffs and then...
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