In My Dreams Remembering my childhood And its happy-go-lucky air Sunny, sweet and worry free Living then without a care Playing with joyous revelry Always someone to allay my fears When in my future, just ahead Lay the toil of coming years Fulfilling all my hopes and plans Wasn't as easy as I'd contrived Life has thrown so many curves And, with faith, I have survived Sometimes, I feel a yearning To return to that neighborhood And relive those happy, innocent years But I wouldn't, if I could Entering my twilight years Is really not as bad as it seems Yet, sometimes, I'm a girl again But only in my dreams Kathleen McCoy EldridgeŠ May 22, 2006 All Rights Reserved







"Dear Heart"
Sequenced by Grandpa Frank Schober