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I went riding through the woods, hills and valleys on a utility vehicle, sort of like a two seated four wheeler, to rescue my son. He got stuck far off the road on some rough terrain, so I went along for the ride, bouncing along dirt roads, dodging briar's, just hanging on for the ride. It was fun but a bit scary at times, when I was saying, that hill is too steep to climb. We made it fine and got my son home safely, what will we do for our children?

I thought, life is that way, we always have hills and valley's to climb, dodging briar's and other pains. We keep on going too far, until we get ourselves stuck and need rescuing. I personally thank God, for he is my rescue, in this life of challenges. Sometimes life is going by so fast, that we feel we are just barely hanging on.

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Comment by Kerry Grier on October 15, 2009 at 8:38am
I'm pleased to hear he is safe and sound.

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