• Kerry D. Krauss


Stumbling is moving ahead faster.

Native American saying.

This is for all who stumble, for all who get ahead of themselves, for all who spend too much time doing and too little time being. This is for those whose hands move faster than their brains, for those who didn’t have time and/or foresight to pack something healthy for the journey. This is for those who missed the sunset and regret it still: STUMBLING IS PROGRESS. Don’t let anyone tell you different.

I love you.

I need you.

I hope for you.

Please be safe.


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