What you leave behind

That farmer left a harvest, a home and eighty acres,
The faith an’ love for growin’ things in his young son’s heart

Dad and Landon
Riding with Papa (the Farmer)
Michael and Landon
Helping Uncle (the young son)
Little Nephew (the young son of the young son)

 An’ that teacher left her wisdom in the minds of lots of children:
Did her best to give ’em all a better start

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Big Nephew with Gramma on piano.
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Mom directing a 5th grade band
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Young choir under Mom’s direction




It’s not what you take when you leave this world behind you, It’s what you leave behind you when you go.

Dedicated with love and pride to my parents.

Sharing with Song-ography.  Randy Travis-Three Wooden Crosses

Happy National Ag Week!

2 thoughts on “What you leave behind

  1. Very important what you leave behind in life! Am I right, are you (or your mom?) directing the choir – that’s fun for the kids (I remember well, I started choir in 5th grade – pleasant memories!

    Thank you so much for being a part of Seasons, with linking a beautiful image! Hope to see you back next week:)

    Wonder if you filled in your url (brokenbarnfarm.org) on the first line?
    Because when I clicked on your image, it brought me back to my own blog. I found you back by googling your blog address:) But I thought to mention it for next week, so other people could click on your image to visit your blog. Have a great week!


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