Thursday, January 30, 2014

Eric Standlee January 30, 2014 at 09:30AM

I remember when I was first learning to walk. Holding on to a table or chair...getting my balance and moving in the direction that I was being called to. I remember when I was first learning to swim. Grasping the side of the pool and kicking my legs. Having my mother hold while I paddled with my arms, until I was able to swim and navigate the waters. I remember when I was learning to ride a bike. First with the training wheels and later having my dad run beside me until he let go and then I took a whole new world of exploration. No one ever told me... You’re not a walker. You’re not a swimmer. You’re not a bike rider. So don’t try to tell me what I can’t do now. You, Me, We... Can do Anything! Be-Aholic Peter Remington