You... dont you DARE go back. You stay right where you are. If you move a single inch I will personally pluck every stupid curly hair out of your head and shove it down your mangy throat until you choke and die. And another thing... dont you DARE cry. Keep those tears behind those brown eyes. If you spill a single one I will rip every wound open again and watch you bleed to utter death.
That being said...
As most of you know, I codirect a children's choir at my church. This past week has been very hard on some of my children. There is a family with several children, the Dys's. Right now they have three children in the hospital, and the rest isolated at home with the Rhodovirus. Little Tori had to get an IV of some sort. My heart breaks for my girlies, keep them in your prayers. Also, little Melody's father (Phil Posthuma, music director at church) is in the hospital for kidney problems. Melody was in choir today, bless her heart, and she had to go out in utter pain leaking out of her eyes. She's so young... to be in fear like this. Keep her in your heart as well.
I'm watching a movie right now, called Riding the Bus with my Sister. It's only been a half hour, but already it is so beautiful. It's about two grown sisters, one who is a professional photographer and one who is mentally challenged. The challenged one likes to ride the busses every day to watch the people. One day, they find out that their father died of a heart attack. Although the professional sister doesnt want to tolerate the other sister, she keeps having flashbacks of how much fun they had as children, but also how much responsibility she had because she was constantly told to look after Beth (the challenged sister). At their father's funeral, just... the emotion that Beth shows is something that "normal" people would keep inside. She shows things, hurt and pain, even excitement, like nobody else. The message shown is so beautiful, and tear jerking at that.
I hope you had a beautiful Sunday.