Wow, now that we know one another better I’m getting that warm glow whenever we meet. Awesome, isn’t it? I think so. Today we are going to meet Grace, such a sweet child, she’d forgive you for breaking her fingers if you were really sorry about it. She’s on the swing out back, she loves it there with the wind in her hair. If you listen, you can hear her singing “When you call out my name, you know that I’ll be there, I’ll come running…” She is the cutest. But you know what’s coming, right? Spare the rod and spoil the child? Isn’t that how your saying goes? We have to beat the sin out of Grace or else she’ll go to hell (cue scary music).

Hehe, couldn’t resist that one. I’m kidding. Grace is beautiful inside and out, she whines sometimes and throws fits, but hey, she’s a kid! I think we all did that to some degree, yes? She’s basically a love sponge, you can pour love into that kid and she’ll never say, "Stop, too much! No more icky poo love!" Really, never! How awesome. Just being with her lets me forget the cynicism of the twenty first century, she’s a divine antidote. That’s why we’ve come to see her. It doesn’t matter who you are, she just looks into your eyes and locks onto your divine spark. She knows you’re still in there, it’s just that some folks have had to bury it deep underground to survive this toxic world.

By Angela Abraham, @daisydescriptionari, April 5, 2015*.

Authored by Daisy, here.