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R is for Ribbon in the Sky by Stevie Wonder

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Every Saturday, Renee would take her children to go to the park. She wanted them to experience the outdoors and what natural beauty God created for all to admire.

Joy, Renee’s five your old, noticed everything. She would see things others couldn’t.

One day Joy laid on her back, looking up at the sky. She watched the clouds closely.

“Mama,” she said, “Can you see them?”

“See what, baby?”

Joy pointed. “The ribbons in the sky. What does it mean?”

“God’s guiding someone.”

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14 Comments»

  http://juliamatthewsauthor.blogspot.com/ wrote @

Neat little story. Love the song choice too.

  bizarrejc wrote @

I love that song. Thanks.

  editorialstand wrote @

Lovely story and I like the innocence of childhood reflected.

  bizarrejc wrote @

Thank you.

  Sally Knight wrote @

Great little story.

  bizarrejc wrote @

Thank you Sally.

  Charlotte Comley wrote @

Such a brilliant story. Nice to meet and connect through atozchallenge. http://aimingforapublishingdeal.blogspot.co.uk/

  bizarrejc wrote @

Thank you Charlotte. The atozchallenge has introduced me to a lot of new bloggers. Nice to meet you. 🙂

  A Real Urban Mom wrote @

Aww. Sweet post!

  bizarrejc wrote @

Thank you.

  Michelle Stanley wrote @

Short and cute story. The video is so nice and matches the story. http://www.writer-way.blogspot.com

  bizarrejc wrote @

Thank you.

  Rosie Amber wrote @

Lovely, piece, I have given your blog a shout out from my letter T, keep blogging.

  bizarrejc wrote @

Thank you Rosie. I got busy and didn’t post S, but I will post it and T today.


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