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Along the way those of a large

By nfgnfcbd

But my side everywhere want children to fly freely. Passed before my face when each of the children grew up, with a heart eager to fly freely. I know that love is a can do walking stick umbrella, but not a Shuanzhu to their wings lead. In the hearts of the parents of every infinite love to have a pair of hands let go. Small when pondering over again and again like children smile.



Along the way, those of a large and small footprints are equipped with tear and laugh, cry, tears slipped so sad and lost; cheap supra shoes in the hands shaking a broken fan, basking in the warm sun, blowing in the breeze, sipping blindly herbal tea, the Haoshou slowly walking supra vaider youth road, thanks to the support of our parents. We could one day, leaning on a cane to walk our ups and downs the rest of his life, and miss their parents to our care.



So, sometimes I have often thought that to us and we bring together young generations face-to-face communication, we have to try to stand on their point of view to avoid too much of a generation gap. Love is the one to do the walking stick umbrella, but not all season. supra sale I do not know when I will be able to know who wrote the girl told her do a crutch umbrella story.



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