Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Wide Open Spaces

I stood in the middle of the large space looking around. The walls were bare concrete blocks, and the floor was cement with some black stuff on it. Just on the other side of this room it dropped about 8 or 9 feet to gravel. But I could see the general vicinities for each of the other rooms. I turned back and looked at the space that I was standing in and absorbed it with utter amazement. At that time my daughter had left the car and come running up to us. I pulled her down into the space with me, and asked her “where do you want your slide to go? And your little house?” She looked at me very quizzically, and I informed her that we were standing in what would be her new playroom.

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