Like children who have lost their way, Alone and comfortless we wander. Stumbling through woods that grow deep and ever darker, With no direction, we cry for help and hear our pleas echo through the canyons. Is there anyone who can hear us? Then, like a rushing wind, a voice whispers to our heart. And through tear-filled eyes, we see an outstretched hand, there to lead us home. Though swirling streams may block our way and slippery stones betray our feet, He leads us on. He knows the way, His feet are sure, And in Him we find safe passage.
today me and my dad went to the body world it was the coolest thing i have seen in a long time.when we got there we had to stand all these lines for about a hour that was not fun.But then when we got in it was so cool. It took about a little over a hour. They gave use a book to write all thing we like about it. here what i liked about it we have 200 bones and a 100 moveable joint. the smallest bones are in your ear the are called the hamer stirup anvil.