Details from the farm

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I have spent the last three days with my family (distant and close) and was thinking about how quickly the places and people you leave behind transform. For some odd reason, you expect things to stay the same. I’m not sure why I have that perception, my life changes quickly. But I have always assumed that when I return home it would feel the same, it would look the same. But it never does. It always changes. The kids from up the holler are now in college. The dark-haired ones have greyed. The “little girl” I grew up with is pregnant with her third child. The names we once heard announced for prayer requests, have been laid to rest.  Some have lost their vision, and others have found their voice.

I’m glad things change, but sometimes you have to accept that keeping up with that change is impossible.

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