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Originally posted by TheDoctor46
Well that wheres wally book really did stop and make me think......Like where the hell is he!.....
Originally posted by littled16
reply to post by cody599
When my children were very young they had a favorite child's book that touched me very deeply and made me cry every single time I read it to them, and it still does to this day.
Love You Forever by Robert Munsch
The story details the cycle of life through chronicling the experiences in the life of a young son and his mother throughout the course of the boy's life, detailing the exasperating behavior exhibited by the boy throughout his youth. In spite of her occasional aggravation caused by her son's behavior, the mother nonetheless visits his bedroom nightly to cradle him in her arms and sing a brief lullaby promising to always love him. After her son enters adulthood and leaves home, his elderly mother occasionally sneaks into his bedroom at night to croon her customary lullaby. However, she gradually grows old and frail, and her grown son visits his feeble, sickly mother for the final time, singing an altered rendition of her lullaby in reciprocation of the unconditional love that she had showed to him, vowing to always love her. After returning home, in a scene implying the death of his mother, he cradles his newborn daughter and sings his mother's signature lullaby for her, implying that the cycle will continue.
Ranulph Fiennes has travelled to the most dangerous and inaccessible places on earth, almost died countless times, lost nearly half his fingers to frostbite, raised millions of pounds for charity and been awarded a polar medal and an OBE. He has been an elite soldier, an athlete, a mountaineer, an explorer, a bestselling author and nearly replaced Sean Connery as James Bond. In his autobiography he describes how he led expeditions all over the world and became the first person to travel to both poles on land. He tells of how he discovered the lost city of Ubar in Oman and attempted to walk solo and unsupported to the North Pole - the expedition that cost him several fingers, and very nearly his life. His most recent challenge was scaling the north face of the Eiger, one of the most awesome mountaineering challenges in the world. Sir Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes OBE, 3rd Baronet, looks back on a life lived at the very limits of human endeavour.
reply to post by cody599
Originally posted by cody599
I'll look at those though physics generally goes over my head