Sunday, December 12,2015

Yes. You. Before I tell you why its for you, let me first tell you a story about when I was a kid. 
 When I was young I remember my parents like any other parents being so strict. Living under their roof means following their rules. Some of the rules were: not to eat too much candy, brush your teeth three times a day (sometimes more when I ate too much candy), keep the house clean, don't fight with your sister (who doesn't fight with their sister?), respect your parents and the elderly, don't take crap from anyone, be grateful for what you have and ALWAYS say thank you. No matter how big or small it is, be THANKFUL.  
Now lets get back to why this post is for YOU. I want to personally thank you for sharing my previous blog post. You have no idea how happy you made me. To be honest, I was so nervous when I was about to publish that I started to cry (talk about being so dramatic). Anyway, I just want you to know how fortunate I feel to have you donate your time. Because of you, even people I don't even know keep sharing it. So from the bottom of my heart I THANK YOU.
Photographer: Mike Lookee
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