Life Is Beautiful

Angela was asleep. It had been a long day. Somehow, midway through the fireworks, she had fallen asleep in her father’s lap. She had been worried about the loudness of it all week, so her dad had brought his hearing protection home from the construction site where he worked to guard her ears. The big, orange headgear almost swallowed her face whole, but it worked. Inside the protection of that soundproof helmet and snuggled into Dad’s hard and tanned forearms, …


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2 comments on “Life Is Beautiful

  1. Karen Green on said:

    Excellent! A quiet description of a holiday marked by big things – crowds, food, noise, etc. and yet it is the freedom to silently enjoy our blessings that is captured here so lovingly. Kudos and wishes for “more of the same”… memorable seconds, minutes, hours and days.

  2. Barb Burkholder on said:

    Beautiful tribute to family!

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