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Who sits on the front porch?

People don’t sit on the front porch like they used to.  It was a form of community, family bonding and reflection of the day.  Nowadays we have to schedule in a few moments of prayer, Bible reading and meditation.  

It warms my heart to see my son’s young family of 2 boys and their dog sit on the front porch, watch the boys ride bikes, play yard games and pitch the ball.  It all makes for a better family.  Make time for the front porch, back porch, patio, courtyard and seize the day!  Reflect the day, speak of hopes and aspirations of tomorrow!  


2 Comments to Who sits on the front porch?:

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Doula Rebozo on Wednesday, May 15, 2019 7:25 PM
This content is written very well. Your use of formatting when making your points makes your observations very clear and easy to understand. Thank you.
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highest rated resume writing services on Thursday, May 16, 2019 12:29 PM
Life is hectic these days. There are too many distractions in the form of video games and social media. This makes it difficult for a family to gather together for quality time. However, these are just excuses. It is wouldn't be the end of the world if families go offline on for a few hours on weekends to spend time together doing an activity that all family members can enjoy. I belong to the older generation, so playing in the front yard while my mom and dad watch us kids from the porch is one of the best early memories. Parents should remember that the Internet and the various smart technologies cannot be a substitute for parenting. These things are not your nannies. Children need the presence of their parents for guidance.
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