Thursday, August 29, 2013

First Try:

My Grandfather taught me special things.  
He was Cherokee and Scot.
It's part of our family gift, to be filled with swirls of Life from the world all around.
Grandfather taught me we communicate without words the best.
We can have creatures for trusted companions
He told me, if i ever felt lost,
find the nearest House of Faith
and He would come find me.

Thank you Mama Kat


Mary said...

Yes! Family lore and traditions are so important. :). And our four cats are oyr trusted companions, and they trust and ove us in return.

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Carolina said...

Beautiful, your posts are a joy to see, with touching images and quotes that really touch my heart!

TMW Hickman said...

What a wonderful grandfather. He must have been quite wise.

Buttons said...

Oh you are so lucky to have a wonderful Grandfather like that. Hug B

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

How neat! I have some Cherokee from my mother's side.

aspiritofsimplicity said...

we just finished reading The Education of Little Tree to the boys and your post makes me think of this book. Grandfather was very wise.

Mama Kat said...

This short little post packs so much punch. What sweet words from your grandfather!!

Dawna said...

That's lovely