It struck me one day at how differently people walk. Some walk like they have the weight of the world on them, some carefree and bouncy, others determined. I often talk about how Big Buckaroo sauntered into my life. I can see him from far away and know it is him coming my way by how he walks (hey, everyone around this place wears a brown uniform, so from far away it takes a minute to know if it is my husband or someone else).
Yesterday, the 4-H group from our closest town, which Little Buckaroo is going to be a part of, was spending the day at the Park and I took this picture.
Here you see the Buckaroos with an adorable young lady that we know through our local homeschool group and she does not live too far from us. Her parents are doing an extraordinary job with her. She is bright, polite, incredibly well-mannered and an all-around joy to be around. So, when I saw this picture of our little ones where it looks like they are watching her steps I thought, I am alright with that. She will not lead them astray.
Big Buckaroo is so much like his Papaw from what I hear from many of his relatives. His Papaw was the main male influence in his life and helped raise him. Unfortunately, I did not get to meet him. One day we went to visit the grave site of his grandparents and on his Papaw's headstone it says "He walked with integrity" Wow! His life summed up in this one sentence. I am so blessed to have a husband that epitomizes that statement and I am able to spend my life with him.
How do you walk?
All the glory and praise to God.
The Park Wife