Who says what is
It's all in your perspective, true?
Last week Mr. PV and I were driving through Stinnett from a meeting
and on a street we passed an OLD man
he could barely walk, stepping one foot forward and then meeting it with the other
his wheelbarrow was full of rocks
I had to chuckle because I have felt that feeling many times during the reno of 822
with my own wheelbarrow full of rocks
first here out of the way, next here out of that way and on it goes
Barkley Street is very busy as it is a vein from school to school and to downtown
I'm so sure many people have driven by this house and seen me
with my wheelbarrow full of rocks
I have to chuckle because I'm sure the youngsters think
"look at that old lady...how can she even lift that wheelbarrow full of rocks?"
the oldsters think
"look at that kiddo working so hard on that house with her own bare hands"
and to each I say
this is middle age
I am in the middle, young to many, old to many
I found a new hero the day I saw that
he could have been sitting on his porch
he was pushing a wheelbarrow full of rocks
step by step
to somewhere they needed to be