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Tales Of An Educated Debutante

on life, loss and the joy that rules the day.


The future is far away and scary, but today is lovely.

Adrian H. Wood, PhD

Dear Moon,

Dear Moon,

Monday, May 08, 2017 Adrian Wood Comments (2)

Will you watch my boy when I'm gone?
Will you remember to rise when the sun has not set?
Will you bathe him in light when he's asleep in his bed?
Will you follow him wherever life leads?
Will you remind him that he and his mama looked for you most every evening?
Will you whisper your presence to him when he feels alone?
Will you comfort him when my arms can't stretch that far?
Will you shine upon his face so that his light can alway be seen?
Will you kiss him as twilight wanes and dusk falls?
Will you remember to tell him how he's always been loved?
Amos' Mama

Newsletter Signup commented on 09-May-2017 02:58 AM
Admire your resilience and spirit. May these qualities continue to grow as time goes by!
Anonymous commented on 09-May-2017 06:33 PM
Dearest Adrian, I look forward to your messages of hope and kindness. Amos and your family are so fortunate you can find the light in the darkness of life. We all could use some of your spirit! Rachel

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