Stare Out The Window

Waiting on the train
Staring out the window
Imagining day dreaming
Dressing our foot prints in the sand
Waves push the ocean over paths we've traveled

It's where we are supposed to be
Feelings so high we cannot let be free
I want to run away with her today
I want to hold and protect you on delay
Sometimes my heart will be shaking
Gathering our love to be glee

Forever
Wake me up
I never want to close my eyes without you
Wake me up

So much to take for granted
Forget it
We'll start a new beginning without it
Run away
Run away
Happiness, the only thing for you to become yourself again

I had enough time to believe
As my heart beats on its sleeve
For later and everything, I want to give
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Description: An original love song I wrote a few years ago on my break at work. Found this while cleaning up. Hope you guys like it 😊
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I shot this on my last trip to Shenandoah last October, and I wanted to try something different with my editing, and combine colors with layering techniques to achieve this effect! Hope everyone has a great day! ☺️❤️☺️

walking pass the reflection Pool

This day walking pass the reflection pool, staring ahead of me, The Lincoln Memorial from a distance was the size of the penny, getting closer where it was grander than anyone could ever imagine. Where so many have protested, shared, and even held hands of love listening to words of Martin Luther King Jr. means so much to American history. For everything this symbolizes for all of us who visit understand what it means to fight for something you're passionate about. This is the place to feel a man's Dream a reality for all. Please never forget to stay strong, and never give up. Hurdles are what makes us tough, and resilient. You will forever be enshrined.

Valley Forge National Park

The United States National Memorial Arch is probably the park's most recognizable symbol. Standing 60 feet high, the arch has stood tall above Valley Forge since it was dedicated in 1917.

When the idea for the arch was proposed in 1910, the plan originally called for two arches: one at each of the two entrances to the park. However, the plan was changed to a single arch, which was constructed at the intersection of Gulph Road and Outer Line Drive.

The arch is modeled after the victory arches of Ancient Rome and is a symbol of victory for the Americans over the British forces. Inscribed at the top of the arch is a quote from George Washington:

"Naked and starving as they are

We cannot enough admire

The incomparable Patience and Fidelity

of the Soldiery"